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Critical, hazardous fixes at Zemp to only cost $5,000
Zemp Stadium Damage
An example of spalling -- concrete broken into fragments -- creating a hole in the visitors side seating at Zemp Stadium. It is among a set of critical/hazardous issues a recent engineering report says must be fixed. District officials say they can do so for approximately $5,000. - photo by Dennis Corporation
It will only cost the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) about $5,000 to repair the most critical and hazardous issues at Camden High School’s Zemp Stadium. The district plans to begin making those repairs -- and similar ones at Lugoff-Elgin and North Central high schools’ stadiums -- during warming weather later this year. Tuesday, KCSD Director of Operations Billy Smith presented the findings of a study, conducted by the Dennis Corporation, on issues facing all three high schools to the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees’ finance/facilities committee.