from www.hpe.com….(High Point Enterprise)
HIGH POINT – School officials are worried again that the $5 million renovation of the gymnasium at High Point Central High School is falling behind.
Officials say just 50 percent of the work is finished, despite the original projected Nov. 13 completion date.
KMD Construction of Salisbury has not responded to inquires with enough information to give school officials confidence that the project will be finished in time for home Bison basketball games, according to the Guilford County Board of Education.
Meanwhile, school officials are discussing alternative home basketball game plans.
“This is not fair to the school,” said school board member Darlene Garrett, who suggested that the contractor may be in breach of contract. “This is not right. They are not responding to us.”
Just falling behind on a construction schedule may not be a contract breach, said Jill Wilson, school board attorney.
“It is complicated,” she said.
(Credit David Nivens from the High Point Enterprise)
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