HOBART HIGH SCHOOL

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HOBART HIGH SCHOOL
HOBART HIGH SCHOOL – HOBART, INDIANA This large project is the Home of
the Hobart Brickies – the sports teams at Hobart High School are known as the
"Brickies", a name derived from the brick yards that were historically located in
Hobart and employed many people in the area. The project was designed by
Gibraltar Design Inc from Indianapolis and built by Envoy, Inc. – it was sold by Hal
Kemmerer thru the former Curley Masonry. The project utilized over 300,000
Napa Valley Utilities from our Adel Iowa plant. The school mascot is a bricklayer
named Yohann.
The new $60 Million state-of-the-art high school (320,000 sq ft) was built to
accommodate 1200 to 1400 students and was designed to meet the educational
needs of the 21st century while capturing the rich heritage of the community. The
Football Stadium is called the Brickyard.
The interior design utilizes brick extensively.
You’ve got to love the various Brickie Art Work ….
The Hobart High School project also features some 135 degree special shapes.
The Napa Valley color is one of many popular colors from our Adel, Iowa plant.
YOUR SIOUX CITY BRICK TEAM

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