March 2006
ENR: Engineering News-Record;3/27/2006, Vol. 256 Issue 12, p45
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The article presents information on several projects related to the construction industry in Pennsylvania. The phase 2 of the East Stroudsburg High School South Complex is an estimated $58-million project of the East Stroudsburg Area School District calling for three existing school buildings to be linked. The North Courtland Elementary School and Cart T. Secor Administration Center will be housed in one building, and the high school building and the former J.S. Bunnel School will be connected to form a new East Stroudsburg High School South complex. The reconstruction of roadway and bridge on Pennsylvania Turnpike from Mile Post 326.01 to Mile Post P331.33 in Chester County is an estimated $50-million project of Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission.


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