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August 07, 2012

Deteriorating New York high school gets $16.5-million facelift, expansion

Stalco Construction will build the $16.5-million-dollar expansion and renovation at Long Beach High School in Lido Beach, N.Y. The school, which has 1,400 students, has experienced numerous problems caused by the outdated design and poor physical condition of the original building. The new Long Beach High School will have a three-story, 20,000-sf addition to the main building, renovated and reprogrammed existing three-story school structure, and new outdoor sports facilities, including tennis courts and a FieldTurf football field. The project will be completed in 10 phases. The Building Team includes: CSArch, Savin Engineers, Ryan-Biggs Associates, the Chazen Companies, and HMH Site and Sports Design.

 

         
 

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