Push is on to deliver Beverly Middle School on time

Salem News - Ken Yuszkus/Staff photo - Mayor Michael Cahill, left, walks with Robert Gilchrist, the contractor's project site manager, during a tour Friday of the construction site for the new Beverly Middle School.  The school is expected to open in the fall of   2018.

Salem News - Ken Yuszkus/Staff photo - Mayor Michael Cahill, left, walks with Robert Gilchrist, the contractor's project site manager, during a tour Friday of the construction site for the new Beverly Middle School.  The school is expected to open in the fall of 2018.

BEVERLY — It still has a long way to go before its doors open to students and staff in the fall of 2018, but the new Beverly Middle School is taking shape.

Structural steel is going up, and Agostini Bacon, the general contractor, plans to power through the winter months to keep the project on schedule, according to Robert Gilchrist, the company's project site manager.

At $109 million, the new school will accommodate grades 5-8, and will include a new auditorium, gymnasium and "academic neighborhoods" for students with project space, plus outdoor dining and an amphitheater. It is being built on the site of the former Memorial Building on Cabot Street.

Read more at Salem News

Scituate Middle School in High Profile Oct. 2016 Edition

Scituate Middle School

Scituate Middle School

Scituate, MA – Bacon Agostini Construction Joint Venture of East Providence, R.I., recently won the bid for the Scituate Middle School project. As the general contractor, Bacon Agostini joins owner’s project manager, Daedalus Projects Inc., and Architect, Dore & Whittier Architects, Inc. to manage the completion of this middle school in time for the start of the 2017-2018 school year.

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Our feature in Construction-Today on the Plymouth South High School Project

Built by Agostini and Bacon Construction, the new high school in Plymouth, Mass., is a huge undertaking for these seasoned firms.

By Angela Forsyth

Coming soon to Plymouth, Mass., is a newly constructed $90.3 million school – a big budget for a big, 248,000-square-foot high school. Although the size and cost are monumental, the job isn’t too big for Agostini Construction and Bacon Construction, two companies run by one family. Plymouth South High School is a Bacon Agostini Construction joint venture that broke ground in July 2015 and will be completed by May 2017.

Read more at Construction-Today.com