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Terry Loy: Coordinating completion of Adair Co. Primary Center

2013-04-10 - Adair County Primary Center, 158 Col. Wm Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Terry Loy, Project Manager for Branscum Construction Company is the man keeping it all together at the Adair County Primary Center building site. Despite more than usual bad weather, he's confident the elementary school will be ready in time for the opening of the 2013-14 school year in early August. Above the utilities area on a classroom wing is shown, with its wide, easily accessible mezzanine utilities work area. Each of the similar HVAC units serves a single classroom; they can be quickly changed out should the need arise. Superintendent Alan W. Reed and Maintenance Supervisor Ricky Bault have praised his work and the Russell Springs construction firm which employs Loy, who says this is his last construction project.
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