Hirschi Masonry is celebrating the upcoming one year anniversary of the construction of Don and Dee Snyder’s primary school
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Hirschi completed the project in December 2017
Hirschi Masonry, a leading bricklayer in southern Nevada, is proud to celebrate the upcoming one year anniversary of completing the work at Don and Dee Snyder Elementary School.
“This was one of our top projects of 2017 and we are excited to celebrate the one year anniversary of the project completion,” said Chad Hirschi, President and CEO of Hirschi Masonry. “At Hirschi we have a passion for education and we are honored to have been part of building this new elementary school that will provide high quality education to the youth of our valley.”
Hirschi started working on Don and Dee Snyder Elementary in February 2017 and completed the project in December 2017 with a crew of 30 on-site. Hirschi built a total of six buildings and a surrounding retaining wall and installed around 90,000 concrete masonry in ten weeks.
Opened in January 2018, Don and Dee Snyder Elementary is a STEAM school with a focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and math. The elementary school also has a robotics program, a rarity for elementary schools in Nevada.