Project in Warren County, Ky., will be state's largest school building

Nov. 20, 2009
South Warren Middle and High School is set to open next year

From The Bowling Green Daily News: The Warren County (Ky.) district is constructing what is being called the largest school building in the state. The 330,000-square-foot South Warren Middle and High School will accommodate more than 1,200 students when it opens next uyear. The project, which also includes a greenhouse and athletic facilities on the 88-acre campus, will cost $68 million. The architect is Sherman Carter Barnhart.

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