Milton. MA - - November 7, 2018 - Boston Building & Bridge has completed a two-phase renovation project at the Jones School in Stoughton. MA. Over the summer the first part of the project progressed on a fast track to complete needed classroom renovations. The work was finished ahead of time in just 7 weeks allowing the school to be fully prepared for the return of students. During this first phase of the project Boston Building & Bridge demolished and created new partitions in both the 1930’s and 1960’s areas of the building. In addition, state-of-the-art technology systems, lighting systems, plumbing, HVAC and life safety upgrades were installed. This modernization work was needed to update the classrooms and better utilize the available space.
The second phase of the project included renovation of three floors of the administrative wing of the facility to house the District School Offices. The construction was completed while school was in session without incident or disruption to the occupants. The renovations provided new offices, meeting spaces, bathrooms, kitchens, break rooms, and reception area. In addition, necessary mechanical, structural, and electrical system upgrades were completed to include a new alarm system and state-of-the-art lighting. Personnel at the District Offices report that they are very happy with the move to their new space at the Jones School.
About Boston Building & Bridge
Founded in 1986, Boston Building & Bridge is a general contracting and construction management firm headquartered in Milton, Massachusetts. The company has been serving public and private sector clients with an extensive construction and renovation portfolio that ranges from commercial and industrial buildings, schools and libraries, municipal buildings and recreational facilities, to multi-unit housing complexes, modular structures and a variety of specialty projects. In addition, Boston Building & Bridge has vast civil sector experience in road and bridge construction. To learn more, visit http://www.bbbcorp.com.