Fontaine Bros. awarded Middleborough High School

Fontaine Bros. was awarded the Middleborough High School Project for the Town of Middleborough. This 166,650 SF new high school project consists of two, three-story academic wings; one wing focused on humanities studies while the other wing is focused on STEAM programming including a fabrication/maker space. The academic wings will connect to a rotunda area that serves as the knuckle of the building and includes two central drop-off points to tighten security. Connecting to the rotunda space is a health and wellness wing that will include a gymnasium, fitness area and weight rooms. Also connected is a performing arts wing, housing an auditorium, black box theater, television production studio, the band and choral programs. These two wings will include separate entrances to serve community and after-school functions. The main phases are building the new school while the existing school remains in operation and then after occupancy, abate and demolish the existing high school to complete the remaining sitework and hardscape. We look forward to working along side DRA Architects and Compass Project Management to bring this new school to the students of Middleborough.

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