Bermudian Springs Controlled Rock Blasting

At the conclusion of a facility study, Bermudian Springs School District moved forward with the construction of a new middle school to address existing infrastructure deficiencies and provide curriculum-specific classrooms absent from the existing Middle School.  Additionally, these improvements can be made with no disturbance to students which would occur in renovation options.

Construction has begun at the site. The video below, provided by eciConstruction, shows three perfectly executed blasts, breaking up rock at the future site of the new Bermudian Springs Middle School.

The new school will be 143,000 SF, and house 750 students.

Click here to learn more about the Bermudian Springs Middle School project.

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