Recently, we celebrated the completion of our Henry L. Marsh Elementary school project in Richmond, Virginia. The mayor of Richmond, along with other local officials, spoke and helped celebrate the completion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
This project was completed in multiple phases allowing for demolitions, additions, and renovations. The 100,000sf elementary school for the City of Richmond includes new classrooms, offices, administrative spaces, a commercial cafeteria, dining commons, a gymnasium, a media center, and a library.
Building schools is a privilege, and we are thankful we get to play a small part in these children’s future.
By: Craig Toalson, Home Builders Association of Virginia and Branch Builds Each year HBAV honors association members who embody the mission of the HBAV, to protect and enhance the housing climate, and to ensure the vitality of the building industry so as to benefit...