Port Angeles: School construction to be completed on schedule, official says

PORT ANGELES –Jefferson Elementary School construction is expected to be completed on schedule in late October or November.

Project Manager Roger Easling said the project is moving ahead on the projected timeline and students are expected to move into the new school during winter break.

“We are pleased with the project,” Easling said, noting the contractor, RAS Builders of Denver, is slightly behind schedule.

“They are going to make up for the poor weather and delays of supplies this summer,” he said.

RAS Builders, which has an office in Issaquah, bid $4.19 million to complete the school renovation.


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