The Edith Bowen Lab School project at Utah State University replaced the old laboratory school with a new state-of-the-art facility. The project was built in two phases so that the school could remain functioning during construction. This required careful planning and accurate scheduling so that the school was able to relocate and open on schedule. This project was further complicated by the need to construct a utility tunnel extension directly under the building and extend it for approximately 400 feet. The concrete work on this project was self-performed by Gramoll Construction under the direction of John Thompson.