Rock removal at new ILHS cost $4.65M

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School district had expected to spend $1M

By Stephanie Jadrnicek

Rain, rock and labor issues have tightened the timeframe for completion of the new Indian Land High School between Niven and Witherspoon roads, just off U.S. 521.
David Small, the Lancaster County School District’s facilities director, said tentative plans call for the new school to reach substantial completion by July 15, 2020.
“The rain definitely affected that job,” he said. “The contractor is doing everything to stay ahead and make up lost days due to the weather. This past year was one of the rainiest years on record.”

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