Binghamton High School gets a face lift

By WBNG News

Binghamton High School gets a face lift

July 22, 2010 Updated Jul 13, 2009 at 2:23 PM EDT

Binghamton High School gets a face lift.
Hulbert Engineering is tearing down the schools chimney, installing a new heating and cooling system, and prepping to install a new elevator.
It's the beginning of many renovations to the high school.
It will also be getting brand new doors and windows, a re-modeled theater, a new wrestling room and fresh paint in every classroom.
The reconstruction project will make the school more accessible to everyone.
"We're going to make it ADA compliant by putting in a new elevator that goes from the C building down to the pool for the disabled. We're also going to put in a 165 foot ramp off of Oak Street to make the athletic ramp more handicap accessible." said Donal clark of Hulbert engineering

A large portion of the work will be done before students return this fall.
But crews will continue the renovation process during the school year after school hours and during breaks.

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