Board chooses architect for high school project
This week, the School Board unanimously voted to hire Lavallee Brensinger Associates of Manchester as the architect for the high school renovation project.
The contract is for a lump sum of $3.74 million, or about 6.5 percent of the hard project costs, according to Superintendent Michael Delahanty.
Delahanty also emphasized the role Lavallee Brensinger has played in the conceptual design for the high school project as well as its work with the district on past projects.
School Board member Peter Morgan agreed that it is a good deal for the district.
“I’m impressed with their capabilities and their willingness to work with us,” said Morgan. “I’m confident that this will be a step forward and a step closer to a renovated high school.”
“As I’ve attended the open houses, people in the community have approached me and said they are confident in the architect,” Corbett firstname.lastname@example.org
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