After 2 years of learning from home and hybrid learning due to the pandemic, the beautiful new Verona WI High School opened Sep 1 for all students. It took 1.3 million cubic yards of soil moved to grade, 3000 truckloads of concrete and over 280,000 bricks to construct the 590,000 sq. ft. building and Wisconsin Laborers played a big role. Learn more about the construction in this video from Building Wisconsin TV. Host Stuart Keith also visits the Wisconsin Laborers Apprentice & Training Center where Training Dir Craig Ziegler gives a tour and Business Mgr John Schmitt tells how to start a career in professional construction.
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