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 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.

Women in Construction Week 2019

Project Manager Tracy Routhier reviews details as steel is erected at Marlborough Elementary School.

Fontaine Bros. Awarded Beal Elementary School in Shrewsbury, MA

The Beal Elementary School project consists of a new 141,600 SF elementary school for 790 K-4 students building on an 18.5-acre site on Lake Street in Shrewsbury. This MSBA funded project will include the demolition of 100,000 SF of the existing building followed by the construction of a two-story steel framed building on spread footings. Site work includes access road, parking, playfield, site utilities, and landscaping.

Nelson Place Elementary School Achieves LEED v4 Silver

The Nelson Place Elementary School project was designed and constructed according to the sustainability guidelines of LEED for Schools v4 with the goal of achieving LEED Silver. The building was constructed using low-emitting materials, high efficiency building envelope system, and utilizes an extensive array of rooftop solar panels. Nelson Place achieved LEED v4 Silver and is one of the first LEED v4 certified schools in Massachusetts.

Fontaine Bros. awarded W. Edward Balmer Elementary School

This project consists of the construction of a new three-story, $87.5 million W. Edward Balmer Elementary School on the site of the existing school. The project will consolidate the two aged existing elementary schools in Northbridge, MA into a single building for grades Pre-K through grade five.

Topping things off in Auburn

A beam, signed by members of the community, is added to the new Auburn Middle School.