Since its groundbreaking in April of 2019, the Geary County community has observed the creation of the $132 million, 437,000 square-foot Junction City High School.
JUNCTION CITY, Kan. — We hope you are just as excited for our upcoming school year as we are here at Junction City High School. With new staff and students joining our family, a new administrative team, and a brand Read more
Army veteran and registered dietitian Maria McConville, spouse of Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. James C. McConville, visited Junction City High School on Thursday to tour the new facility and talk with district personnel about the benefits it will bring to the students, as well as the unique academic structure of the high school’s four career academies: Freshman Success Academy, Fine Arts and Human Services Academy, Business Information and Technology Academy, and Science Engineering and Technology Academy.
This year was filled with many challenges. Hutton Construction and their subcontractors have endured and overcame each obstacle to build the brand new Junction City High School. Here is a video showing their appreciation for their subcontractors: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BYUSzyYmGEw&feature=youtu.be
A team of inspectors, mobilized by Junction City Fire Chief Terry Johnson, last week conducted the final inspections of the new Junction City High School.
Representatives from Geary County Schools USD 475, Junction City, SJCF Architecture, and Hutton construction held a recent meeting to kick off plans for the final inspection of the new Junction City High School. Fort Riley Garrison Commander Col. William McKannay was also in attendance.
Command Sergeant Major of the Fort Riley 1st Infantry Division Raymond Harris toured the new Junction City High School as led by Hutton Construction on Friday, alongside Geary County Schools USD 475 officials, Board of Education members, and members of the Fort Riley community.
Since the groundbreaking in April of 2019, the construction of the new Junction City High School has made incredible progress.
Fort Riley Army leaders’ spouses toured the new, 437,000-square-foot Junction City High School on Wednesday.
With less than 8 months to go until the new JCHS campus opens, the Hutton crews continue to make progress at an incredible pace. Crews are installing cabinetry and finishes in several parts of the interior. Goal posts are up Read more
Great progress and great photos from Hutton Construction at the new JCHS campus! Some of the restrooms are complete enough for tile work to commence. Drywall has been put up in the upstairs are where the future academy offices and Read more
Hutton Construction has worked hard through the summer months at the new JCHS campus. The new high school is starting to take shape, and some parts of the site are starting to look like a school building.
Hutton Construction Project Manager, Curtis Calvert, sent us some photos from the progress at the new JCHS. Great progress the last two weeks on exterior sheathing (green board) and air barrier (black coating) along the front of the building. Clerestory Read more
Hutton crews have been making significant progress at the New JCHS Campus throughout this summer. Steel framing is complete in many places, interior walls are going in, and window crews are beginning to mobilize. Check out the pictures from Hutton Read more
Hutton crews continue to make noticeable progress on the new JCHS campus. Check out the pictures below, courtesy of Hutton.
By David Wild, USD 475 Chief Operations Officer The four of us walked the jobsite pretentiously unnoticed by the steel workers, welders, plumbers, electricians, masons and concrete crews. We were of a world where success is measured with schooling, neckties, Read more
NOTICE OF USD475 PUBLIC HEARING On 23 March the Board of Education approved a public hearing regarding construction of the new JCHS The hearing is currently scheduled for April 21, 2020 The slides available here provide information to the public Read more
Despite the recent wintry weather, crews at the new JCHS campus have been hard at work. The vertical construction has been ongoing throughout the winter and crews are confident that their steady progress will continue. Some of the highlights of Read more
Foundations and pilings are going in at the site of the new JCHS. This means that it is time to start looking forward to the next phases of construction. As more of the construction is completed, the district will continue Read more