This project includes construction of a new 231,509 SF, 1,395 student middle school serving grades 5 through 8. The project will include a 4-story classroom core with each floor dedicated to one grade and a common outdoor learning area.
In July of 2015 Agostini began construction on the new Plymouth South High School. After removal of a substantial quantity of unsuitable soils within the building footprint, Agostini self-performed the foundation work. Structural steel erection is currently ongoing.
The Fiske and Schofield Elementary Schools are scheduled to undergo extensive renovations over an eight-week period during summer vacation. Renovations include upgrades to the HVAC System, fire protection upgrades, plumbing, fire alarm, security, electrical and interior fit-up.
The Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School recently added two new additions to the existing 460,766SF high school. Block K is a 16,682SF three-story classroom wing constructed of structural steel, masonry veneer and architectural precast panels.
The new Somerset Berkley Regional High School in Somerset, MA, is a 222,826SF masonry and steel building. The new school consists of a 3-story classroom wing, a new gymnasium with an elevated running track, an adjoining fitness area, an auditorium, a cafeteria, a media center and a large group lecture hall.
The construction of the New Franklin High School, a 306,543 SF state of the art facility with a masonry façade and light gauge framing back-up, consists of a three story classroom wing, a single story gymnasium with an elevated running track, adjoining fitness area, an auditorium, cafeteria, media center and a large group lecture hall.
The new facility for the Rhode Island School for the Deaf provides 61,100 SF of new academic space to replace the former school at Corliss Park in Providence and included renovating the existing 12,400 SF gymnasium.
The town of Rockland recently renovated their existing 162,000SF high school and added a 110,000SF addition for the new John Rogers Middle School. The project included the complete “gut-renovation” of the existing high school while it was occupied in five separate phases.
The new 53,000SF addition recently completed at the Foxborough Regional Charter School consists of a two-story building, which provides the school with twenty seven new classrooms, a new administrative and programming area and a new double gymnasium.
Once again Agostini Construction Company is partnering with Ai3 Architects to build the Norwood High School. The building consists of shallow concrete foundation, steel structure, composite metal/concrete decks, exterior CFMF with masonry veneer skin.
The two new 116,435SF identical twin elementary schools built for the city of Brockton each include a three story classroom wing and a two story section with new kitchen, receiving and mechanical areas.
The new 340,000SF high school, designed to accommodate 2,000 students plus staff, consists of a three story classroom structure and a two story wing housing the administration area, library/media center, cafeteria, auditorium, fine arts and performing arts.
The City of Providence renovated the formerly vacant Nathan Bishop Middle School, a historically significant Georgian Revival style building on the east side of Providence. A complete rehab of the building included abatement, demolition, building envelope work and interior fit-up.
The new facility is a 134,318 SF middle school housing 1000 students from grade 6 to 8. The exterior façade is masonry with GRF accents. The interior of the building includes new teaching facilities, a full size gymnasium and a 400 seat auditorium.
The Whitman Hanson Regional School District's new 234,500SF high school is constructed of structural steel framing with a masonry veneer skin. There is a 3-Story classroom wing, 850-person auditorium, double gymnasium with elevated running track complete with locker rooms, and a cafeteria with a full commercial kitchen.