High School building in Wilmington

New High School building in Wilmington, Illinois was produced and erected for the Wilmington School District in 2007.  Project consisted of gray precast concrete panels with and without punched openings. Scope of work included (4) separate work areas of precast combined with typical masonry construction for other areas of the building. Separate areas included a community gathering area, gymnasium, and two story classroom. Project was designed by Healy Bender Architects and constructed for Frederick Quinn Construction.

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