St. Kateri Tekakwitha construction progress – April 18 2023

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As the construction of St. Kateri Tekakwitha High School progresses, we are thrilled to report that work is moving steadily ahead according to schedule. Despite having to brave blustery winter weather, our team has managed to accomplish some significant milestones in time for the arrival of warmer weather. 

We are pleased to announce that the first lift of Precast is set to arrive on May 8th, marking a crucial stage in the construction process. We are also eagerly anticipating next week’s arrival of Linesteel who will be installing steel columns, and the preparation of the main floor -TRP- for concrete slab on grade. 

We need to have a conversation on timelines building our sports field, concrete and sidewalks including asphalt paving. It would be beneficial if these tasks were complete prior to next winter.

Our Masonry contractor is doing an excellent job and has been leading the way for other trades to follow. The Site Service contractor is currently onsite installing the sanitary connections, and we eagerly await the permit that will allow us to connect our main water and sprinkler systems. 

In the meantime, our skilled mechanical and electrical crews continue to work tirelessly underground to ensure that everything is in place for the next phase of construction. We are thrilled to report that we will soon be moving on to working on the 2nd floor in May.

We are thoroughly delighted with the progress that we have made thus far, and we continue to work diligently towards our goal of creating a world-class learning institution for the Halton Catholic District School Board. Thank you for staying tuned for more updates on this exciting project!

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