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Jones School & School District Offices

Stoughton, Massachusetts

Project Summary

  • Contract Value:  $1,783,000

  • Duration:  4 months - Fast Track Schedule

  • Architect:  Drummey Rosane Anderson, Inc.

  • Owner:  Town of Stoughton

Scope of Work

The project at the Jones School consisted of renovations to an existing 1930's wood framed school building with a 1960's classroom addition.  During the summer, the classroom portion of the school was renovated in order to allow for more classroom space and to provide much needed upgrades.  State of the art technology systems, lighting systems, plumbing, HVAC, doors and hardware, and life safety upgrades were all part of the work that was completed in 7 weeks bringing the project in ahead of time.  


With school in session, renovations began on the district offices.  This work was done without incident or interruption to the occupants of the school.  The program of renovations for the 3-story district office space consisted of a new reception area, offices, meeting rooms, bathrooms, break rooms, and kitchens.  The project included the demolition and construction of new partitions in both the 1930's and 1960's areas of the building and localized upgrades to the HVAC and electrical systems to include state-of-the-art lighting, technology, and life safety upgrades.  New plumbing fixtures, structural reinforcement of floors in several areas, targeted casework and millwork, and finishes including flooring, paint, and ceiling systems were included.  Abatement work was required for the project scope as well as some minor masonry work to add a window and cut new openings for HVAC scope.

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