Slides from the Wiley-Wilson School Building Refurbishment Presentation
Claudette T. Jordon
On March 21, 2017, the Wiley-Wilson architectural firm presented a plan to the King George County Board of Supervisors for a series of revisions to the deteriorating Ralph Bunche High School building. This plan would restore the building to a beautiful new state, honoring it’s place in history and providing it with a new use as a museum and cultural center. Below are the slides from the presentation.
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