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Work is expected to begin within the next couple of weeks on construction projects at the Klondike school that are being funded by $8 million in bonds approved by the district’s voters last November. Representatives of both the architect and the construction manager at risk for the work met with Klondike school board members and administrators during the board’s regular meeting Monday evening. Shiver-Mergert and Associates of Amarillo is the architect for the project and Wiley Hicks, Jr., Inc., is the construction manager at risk. Superintendent Steve McLaren told the Press-Reporter that work to demolish the current field house and concession stand at ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

P.O. Box 710
Lamesa, TX 79331