Students Tour Beal Project Site

This week, our Beal Elementary School project team in Shrewsbury hosted an enthusiastic group of local second grade students. The students had the opportunity to walk the site with Superintendent, Jim Morin and Project Manager, Frank Payeur to see how the project is progressing and see the structural steel being erected. The students are participating in the FIRST LEGO League Jr. program where this year’s challenge is called “Boomtown Build”. The students meet weekly to explore STEM concepts in their community leading up to a presentation of their projects to be held at Shrewsbury High School in the spring. Good luck kids!

Awarded Northfield Mount Hermon Gilder Center Project

Fontaine has recently been awarded the Northfield Mount Hermon Gilder Science Center for Integrative Math and Science Education. As currently programmed, the building is envisioned as a 48,000 SF structure that will include mastery classrooms, labs for design, construction and research, prep rooms, collaboration pods, studios, incubator spaces, standard math classrooms, seminar rooms, multipurpose rooms, facility office suites, and a central hub for student activity.

Awarded Deerfield Academy DeNunzio Dorm Project

The Deerfield Academy project will consist of the construction of a new 33,000 SF dormitory, featuring 20 student rooms, four faculty apartments and plenty of common space all connected to the existing 1989 Denunzio dormitory. The project will also consist of the renovation and upgrades to the adjacent 17,000 SF, 1989 Denunzio dormitory. Along with the addition and renovation, the existing, adjacent 1949 Dewey Infirmary will be demolished in order for the new addition to be built.

Steel Starts in Northbridge

Here are a few updates for the Northbridge Elementary School Project: -Steel Erection has officially started in the classroom section of the building -Electrical duct bank work has started -Currently tying in a huge waterline from the new building to North Main Street -East Retaining wall is in progress with one similar left to build -Concrete is expected to be completed in one week

Awarded the Maple Elementary School Project

The Maple Elementary School project will consist of a new 177,370 SF kindergarten through eighth grade building in Easthampton, MA. The new building will be located on the existing and fully occupied site throughout construction. The existing school will be demolished after. The new structural steel framed building will consist of three stories with multiple wings off of the main building. The project will include site improvements both on the school site and to the surrounding roadways. Site improvements include storm water, sanitary, utilities, hard surface parking, sidewalks, site retaining walls, and landscaping.

Grand Opening for the new Templeton Elementary School

Perfect day to celebrate the grand opening for the new Templeton Elementary School! Great project working with an incredible project team. We hope the Town of Templeton enjoys their new school for years to come!

Wilbraham Monson Academy Students Sign Beams

On Friday, September 6th, 2019 students of Wilbraham Monson Academy signed the steel beams of their soon to be new Library!

South High School Raises Final Beam

Today, Fontaine Bros., W.T. Rich, LPA|A, CBRE|HEERY and the City of Worcester came together to celebrate the topping off and raising of the final beam on the new South High Community School in Worcester, MA! This $220 million project is scheduled to be completed in 2021!

First Day of School for Templeton Elementary School

Exciting day! Doors are officially open for the first ever Templeton Elementary School!! Fontaine is so happy to be a part of this school project and we wish the students, staff and families a happy, healthy and safe school year!

Worcester South Progress

Steel is up in all classroom areas at Worcester South Community High School and steel is currently being erected in the auditorium, auto diesel and gym areas. Fontaine is finishing the summer work and cleaning up the parking lots before students return to school at South and Sullivan Middle School.

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