Watch how DeSalvo Construction and its subcontractors are assembling the $36 million Student Recreation and Wellness Center for Warren City Schools that will serve many generations to come.

Warren Wellness Center Begins to Take Shape

WARREN – With structural steel beginning to outline the dimensions of the new Student Recreation and Wellness Center at Warren G. Harding High School, the project is attracting more and more attention from the community.

“We get a lot of spectators,” says Rob Wilt, superintendent at DeSalvo Construction of Hubbard, the contractor for the $36 million project. READ MORE


Steel Goes Up in Warren for ‘Transformational’ Rec and Wellness Center

Part One of a Series

WARREN – A $36 million project in the heart of Warren has the potential to transform education in the city while also bringing much needed services to residents, officials say.

Ground was broken for the new Student Recreation and Wellness Center in June, with the first phase of construction set to be complete this August. The building will be partially in use this summer and fully open in late 2024.

“I think this really is a game-changer for the community,” says Bruce Sekanick, treasurer and architect with Phillips Sekanick Architects of Warren, the architecture firm handling the project. READ MORE


From Our Sponsor:

DeSalvo Construction is excited to partner with The Business Journal in inviting the community to watch the progress as Warren City Schools’ new 136,000-plus square-foot Warren Harding Multi-purpose Wellness Center takes shape.

This state-of-the-art facility will provide a safe and stimulating environment for students to learn, play and grow. It will be furnished with top-notch amenities to enhance the overall experience of the students, instilling a sense of pride, security and stability in the families and employers in the area.

At DeSalvo, we take great pride in serving the community, and this project is another testament to our passion for making a positive impact through our work. We recently completed a similar project, the Community Literacy Workforce and Cultural Center, for Campbell City School District in 2022, and we are committed to continuing our work on projects that serve the community.

We look forward to keeping you updated on the progress and having you join us for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Let’s work together to create a lasting legacy for the community.