By Gary Lloyd
TRUSSVILLE — A civil engineer and architect this week visited with civil engineering and architecture students at Hewitt-Trussville High School, both of whom are involved with the design and construction of Hewitt-Trussville Stadium.
Brandon Todd, a civil engineer with EEFS, and Ryan Vernon, an architect with Black Design, visited with the students.
“Both of these professionals are very involved with the new stadium design and construction,” said Hewitt-Trussville High School Engineering Academy instructor Jason Dooley. “The students were able to look through the construction drawings and the bid specs for the project, and they learned how a project evolves from an idea to actually being constructed.”
At Monday’s Trussville City Board of Education work session, Facilities Coordinator Barry Davis said work at the Hewitt-Trussville Stadium site, behind the Trussville Civic Center, was “progressing nicely.”
Read about the new stadium, expected to be complete by late September 2014, here.
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