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NEWS &
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Boyle County Middle School in progress.

Branscum Construction and W. Rogers joined their construction talents to form Branscum - W. Rogers and was awarded, the $33.0 million New Boyle County Middle School. The new school marked the beginning of the district’s first building project since 1977.

The two-story, 122,000 square-foot middle school will feature open and flexible instructional spaces for 900 students; a collaborative learning media center; a 500-seat cultural and performing arts theater; a 900-seat gymnasium; a state-of-the-art kitchen and a robust network infrastructure to support technology in the classroom. The new middle school is being built along Cunningham Drive in Danville, Kentucky. The architectural firm of Clotfelter-Samokar led the design process. The first phase is scheduled to be completed December 2019.

"Our vision is to create spaces for future learning, designed around collaborative and personalized learning," said Superintendent Mike LaFavers. "We are a student-centered school district and this middle school will give us flexible spaces to leverage new instructional strategies, like team-teaching and inquiry-based learning, that engage kids right where they are."

What Clients are Saying About Branscum

“I have had the pleasure of not only watching the Russell County Judicial Center being built but also being able to work closely with the very professional and caring staff of Branscum Construction Company. From start to finish we have received a high level of service.”

—Gary D. Robertson Russell Co. Judge Executive