The largest public high school in the state of Maryland is currently taking shape at an estimated cost of more than $150 million. The four-story building will cover approximately 440,000 sq. ft. and will serve as the new Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, Montgomery County. The school is expected to be ready for the start of the 2020/2021 school year and will have the capacity for more than 3,000 students. Ground was broken in September 2017 and completion is set for August 2020. The following year, the current facility will be demolished and the grounds will be completed. Construction of the new building is taking place on the school’s old athletic fields. Upon completion of the new building, the new athletic fields will be built where the current building stands today. The contract for construction management was awarded to Dustin Construction, Ijamsville, MD.