Maumelle High School, which is part of the Pulaski County Special School District, broke ground on its Athletics Complex last week.
The project – spearheaded by WDD Architects, a century-old firm located in both Central and Northwest Arkansas – includes updates for the school with a new indoor practice facility, a girl’s locker room, visiting team locker room, a new track, baseball field and softball field.
State and local officials participated in the groundbreaking ceremony, which took place on Friday, Oct. 7 at 5 p.m. The $11 million project is part of the Pulaski County Special School District’s Building for the Future bond restructuring, which was passed by voters in the Nov. 2021 election.
Eight other projects, funded by the bond restructuring, will break ground over the course of the next few months, according to the PCSSD. For more information about Building for the Future, click here.
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