There was a moment in January when Guy Shadwick looked at the construction timeline for remodeling the old industrial arts building at Churchill High School and just shook his head.
The district wanted the new science labs and studios done by early April, and it’s the kind of job that would, under normal circumstances, take six months, he said.
Shadwick, who works for Albany-based Baldwin General Contracting, said the company has many school and university projects under its belt, including many with an accelerated schedule.
Still, it gave him pause: “I said, ‘Wow. How are we going to get it done?’”
Not only did Baldwin General get it done but here’s a chance to see all about the grand opening.