In an indication that a federal grand jury is focusing its attention on specific school building projects, the town of Tolland on Thursday received a subpoena for records and correspondence with state officials surrounding the new Birch Grove Primary School project. The elementary school was built after the state Department of Administrative Services granted it emergency status, on Jan. 18, 2018, because of a report that its foundation was crumbling. The school was eventually built by D’Amato Construction of Bristol. The construction manager on the project was Construction Advocacy Professionals (CAP), which hired Anastasia Diamantis, Kosta Diamantis’ daughter, while receiving two contracts worth a combined $530,000 to oversee the Birch Grove project. In a statement to The Courant, Willett alleged that local officials in Tolland were pressured by Diamantis to choose D’Amato Construction and CAP for the school construction project.