The Morganti Group, Danbury, Conn., is managing the construction of a $41 million addition and renovation project at Newtown (Conn.) High School. Designed by Fletcher Thompson, Shelton, Conn., the project consists of a 70,000-sf addition and 30,000 sf of renovations to the gymnasium and interior spaces. The three-story addition will provide supplementary educational space, including a culinary arts program, science labs, and administration space, and will be wrapped with a glass curtain wall system. Completion: January 2011.
Connecticut high school gets a expansion and renovation
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Shepley Bulfinch designed the 75,000-sf campus.
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