Business Journal Article “K-12 Construction Projects going up throughout Valley”

Quote from The Business Journal article 6/5/19 by Donald A. Promnitz:

…Madera Unified School District is also expecting to open a new campus next year with the ongoing construction of Matilda Torres High School. Ground was broken last year on the project, and it is expected to open in 2020. According to Rosalind Cox, director of facilities planning and construction management for MUSD, construction for the school is expected to come in at $180 million, the entire school itself costing $210 million.

Matilda Torres High is being built on 57 acres of land on the southeast corner of Road 26 and Martin Street, by a team consisting of Darden Architects, Kitchell CEM and Harris Construction.

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