Making way

 

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com Workers with Oakboro-based Carpenter Construction continue work on a project that will bring a lunchroom for kids visiting Discovery Place KIDS and a new restaurant. inside a multi-purpose building on East Washington Street.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com
Workers with Oakboro-based Carpenter Construction continue work on a project that will bring a lunchroom for kids visiting Discovery Place KIDS and a new restaurant. inside a multi-purpose building on East Washington Street.

ROCKINGHAM — Workers with Carpenter Construciton, of Oakboro, makes way on the pre-foundation work for the multipurpose building on East Washington Street in downtown Rockingham.

The $806,831 project coordinated by the city of Rockingham and funded primarily by two major grants — $475,000 from the Cole Foundation and $281,331 from the Richmond Community Foundation — and is on a 240-day timeline. Work is expected to be completed in late 2014.

 

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