New hitting facility set for Bishop Kelly

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Bishop Kelly High School on Franklin Rd. in Boise has filed with the City of Boise to construct a 6,800 square foot hitting facility on its campus.  The new metal building would give baseball and softball players at the school an upgraded place to practice.  

“This facility is located at the entrance on the east side of campus along Allumbaugh Way. We will be replacing a temporary structure of the same use,” Erstad Architects noted in its application for design review.

The project is valued at just more than $293,000.

BK is also in process on a classroom expansion for the private Catholic high school. 

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