The new multi-million dollar project for Woodrow Wilson Junior High is in its last stretch of completion. Much of the new outer structure has been completed.
From the outside we can see new lighting, the new parking lot being poured, the new HVAC systems are in place and the new offices and front entry structure is completed. Most of the project is slated to be completed by July 9th, 2021.
BVH Engineering is a big part of this project. BVH States on their website
"As part of a major overhaul of their Middle School facilities, Wilson Middle School in Council Bluffs, IA, is currently undergoing a 130,000 sf renovation, with an addition of nearly 5,000 sf. The project will create a new main entry, administrative area, student services area, and improved functionality for the cafeteria and food service area.
Programmatic updates include modifying the out-dated departmental layout to a 21st Century Learning Team concept, complete with new, bright and colorful finishes, flexible classroom spaces, upgraded wireless technology, and added natural daylight. Safety and security improvements provide a new multi-check-point secured main entry area, and an access control and video monitoring system throughout the building. Additional improvements will include remodeling all restroom and locker areas for full accessibility and replacing all outdated mechanical and electrical equipment." You can view design images at BVH's website by following the link below
Viewing Metro News Now photos below you can see the current progress.