Asbestos found in a Wisconsin high school may prolong summer maintenance projects.
Mesothelioma Cancer News (Mount Pleasant, WI) – An unexpected finding of asbestos in a Wisconsin high school will likely prolong summer maintenance construction projects. As reported by The Journal Times.com, the asbestos discovery in the Mount Pleasant based Case High School is expected to lead to work having to be continued into the upcoming school year.
As noted in the report, the asbestos has been removed and is not expected to present any health risks for students or staff; however, the removal has left some projects uncompleted.
The continued work will reportedly not be a disturbance to students. Andy Stefancin, Racine Unified project manager, is quoted in the report as stating of the issue, “It’s going to be real close… There may be a few doors on field house or something we may do after school starts. Kids can still be there. We replace doors all year long.”
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