Rhode Island school gets $2M roof through federal funds

07/9/2010 | Warwick Beacon (R.I.)

A new $2 million roof that is expected to last 20 years is being placed atop Pilgrim High School in Warwick, R.I. Workers will install new insulation and rubber atop the original 250,000-square-foot roof made of tar and gravel. The city's school department received $3.9 million in federal funds and will use more than half of the money for the roof.

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