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UNITY, N.H. (AP) — A construction firm that took over work on the long-delayed elementary school in Unity, New Hampshire, is expected to finish all its work in the next two weeks.
Lebanon-based Trumbull-Nelson Construction Co. had the building completed on time in early September for students. The school opened Monday, Sept. 8. An official grand opening is scheduled at the school on Oct. 22.
The Eagle Times reports (http://bit.ly/1ohAdNy) cleaning, furniture setup and cosmetic work are still being worked on.
Gordon Bristol, a project representative, told the school board Trumbull-Nelson expects to finish at about $50,000 under budget.
Information from: Eagle Times, http://www.eagletimes.com
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