Thursday, April 4, 2013
Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) officials announced Wednesday that the Board of Directors approved moving the Winchester High School project to the Schematic Design phase.
Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) officials announced Wednesday that the Board of Directors approved moving the Winchester High School project to the Schematic Design phase, according to a press statement. As part of the Schematic Design phase, the MSBA will continue to work with the district to better understand costs associated with the project scope, reads the statement. The next step is for the MSBA to work in collaboration with the district to produce detailed designs, adds the statement. “I am delighted to move forward with this proposed project,” State Treasurer Steve Grossman said in the statement. “The schematic design phase is another step towards fulfilling the educations aspirations of Winchester’s children.” …
Monday, December 10, 2012
The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) Board will now review Winchester’s proposal at its April 3 meeting.
Monday, December 10, 2012
The following is from the Winchester Public Schools. The Winchester School District and the Educational Facilities Planning and Building Committee (EFPBC – the Town of Winchester’s Building Committee) received comments this week from the MSBA on the High School Feasibility Study Preliminary Design Program (PDP) submission. Based on these notes, the EFPBC, its Design Team (SMMA Architects) and Skanska (Owner’s Project Manager) will be taking more time to provide greater detail on the Educational Program Summary and Site Selection components. As a result, the MSBA has also requested that Winchester adjust its submission schedule for the preferred alternative until Feb. 14, 2013 for an April 3rd MSBA Board Meeting. The original schedule for …
Saturday, April 2, 2011
As expected, the Lynch Elementary School will partial funding from the MSBA to replace the roof.
Winchester will receive a grant of just over $530,000 from the Massachusetts School Building Authority to replace the roof at the Lynch Elementary School. The project will cost $1,569,000, according to a document from the state agency. The state will pay 33.95 percent of the roof project costs. The agency authorized the funding Wednesday, March 30. According to Superintendent William McAlduff, the school district will be replacing the flat roof of Lynch. Also being replaced will be the windows that are connected to the roof. The work is expected to begin over the summer and should be completed by the time the school year begins in September. The windows may take a littler longer and may not be finished until after the year begins. "The …