MANASQUAN – Manasquan High School hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Nov. 17 to celebrate work already underway on six new science labs, a new heating and air conditioning system and other long-awaited improvements.
Superintendent of Schools Frank Kasyan and school board members were joined by Mayor Edward Donovan and borough council members at the event.
The ceremony unfolded against a backdrop of active construction work, since work on the $6 million project actually began back on Sept. 13, according to Phil Kamaratos of Kappa Construction.
The project has an anticipated completion date of December 2018, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony the following month.
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