Construction on the new Cameron High School went to a new schedule in June and several Marshall County board members are now worried about it.
At a regular meeting of the Marshall County Board of Education on Tuesday night, the board heard from representatives from Project and Construction Services.
Those representatives are currently providing construction management on the project.
Board Vice President Lori Kestner went up to the construction location and returned with pictures she didn't like.
"If you came to my house and did concrete work like that, I'd have fired you on the spot. I'm sorry, but I'm just really angry about that," added Kestner.
A representative from P.C.S. says items identified as needing fixed will receive attention.
PCS Project Manager Ron Blatt told WTRF.com, " as we complete an area, we're moving out. The contractor's doing a 'punch list', P.C.S. is doing a 'punch list', we're meeting with the contractor and making sure the items are completed."
Marshall County Superintendent Fred Renzella remains confident the school will be ready in December of this year, based on the new construction schedule.
Stay with WTRF.com for further updates on the project.