Rome, GA – December2, 20015. RA-LIN has successfully completed a 100% Fire Marshall Inspection of the company’s work on phase one of the new Coosa High School in Floyd County, Georgia. This means the building is ready for the Floyd County School System to start occupying and moving furnishings into the new facility. The building will be substantially complete by the first of December. The new school includes 115, 000 square feet of classrooms; cafeteria and media center space that RA-LIN completed in less than one year from the time foundations began in December of 2014. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on December 8, by Floyd County School System officials.
Andrew Stewart, RA-LIN Project Manager, said, “The safety planning and monitoring on an occupied campus project of this magnitude is one of RA-LIN’s many strengths. We follow a very carefully monitored plan to assure student and staff safety and we make every effort to cause the least disruption to the campus and the community.” RA-LIN will begin demolition of the existing Coosa High School building that phase one replaces in December and start site preparation for the new buildings in early January 2016. Phase two will include a new gymnasium and a performing arts center for Coosa High. This is the third replacement high school that RA-LIN has been selected to build for the Floyd County School System in the last 10 years.