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K-12 Education by the Numbers Infographic

K-12 Education

Manhattan began constructing education facilities as early as 1905, and since has constructed more than 500 education projects worth more than $4.5 billion. Manhattan takes safety very seriously, especially when construction will occur on occupied campuses. We have experience working in tight spaces and fast-paced schedules to meet the needs of school and university schedules. We ensure work does not disrupt students and teachers.

K-12 Construction

Early education is vital for every community. Manhattan ensures that construction has minimal to no impact on the learning process. Our safety policies are among the best in the nation, and we excel in protecting students, teachers, staff and the community on or around our project site.

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