With the school newly opened, the Miller-Driscoll Building Committee is moving into wrap-up mode, with just three anticipated meetings left.At its most recent meeting on Sept. 14, Energy and Facilities Director Chris Burney commented, \u201cEverybody who sees it is seriously impressed.\u201d He commended the architecture firm TSK Studio for \u201cturning pieces of paper into reality.\u201dA sampling of the architect\u2019s renderings and the finished results may be found on the committee\u2019s website millerdriscollbp.com.Architect Randall Luther reported the project was down to completing a punch list. \u201cOther than that it\u2019s a lot of paperwork,\u201d he said.Project manager Mike Douyard said work will continue on holidays and weekends with an aim to finish field work this month. All work \u201cwill be done by the end of the year,\u201d he said.First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice stopped by to add to the accolades.\u201cI wanted to come and thank everyone,\u201d she said. \u201cI hope everyone is hearing the same rave reviews I\u2019m hearing.\u201d\u201cIt\u2019s what an elementary school should be,\u201d committee Vice Chair Glenn Hemmerle said. \u201cIt\u2019s what an elementary school should look like.\u201dA review of the finances showed the project is still under budget. Committed costs to date show a total project cost of $43.3 million, compared to the original budget of $50.02 million. A project contingency of just over $1 million remains.Two reimbursement checks have been received by the town, one for $3.8 million and one for $2.9 million.Douyard suggested the town wait until all costs have been calculated before sending a final reimbursement request. A third check in the vicinity of $1 million is expected.When all is said and done, the final project is estimated to come in around $36.5 million.A community open house is expected to be held in October.