Building high school in Hanover, Mass., will cost $11 million less than expected

April 19, 2010
Officials had estimated construction would cost $61 million
The Boston Globe: The first new high school in Hanover, Mass., in 60 years, now a giant skeleton of steel girders, will open on schedule in the fall of 2011 and cost about $11 million less than initially estimated, according to local officials. That's good news for Hanover taxpayers and the Massachusetts School Building Authority, who will be sharing what was initially expected to be the $61.3 million construction cost.

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