BRUNSWICK, Ga. – Work has almost wrapped up on a $6 million project to upgrade an historic building at Glynn Academy.
Crews have spent a year bringing the 80-plus-year-old Sidney Lanier Building up to date, according to the Brunswick News. Work included upgrading electrical and plumbing systems, replacing windows and adding a fresh coat of paint.
Students and faculty returning to school this fall will be greeted by a renovated art room, computer labs and special education facility, among other improvements made to the aging building, according to the newspaper's report.
Elsewhere on campus, there's still a ways to go with the Science Building. The facility will reportedly stay closed for the upcoming school year while it receives a $7 million facelift of its own.