BBL has been working with the Kingston City School District continously since 2007. The School District’s work programs have consisted of a variety of work to meet the district’s needs at nine Elementary Schools, two Middle Schools and the High School Campus. The scope of work varied at each school building to meet each facilities’ priority concerns within the current budget. The Excel projects, from 2008 to 2010, consisted of various renovations throughout the district to help revive the campuses and consolidate services to maximize operational efficiencies. BBL was also awarded a $137 million project to add 187,000 square feet to the current high school as well as heavy renovation to the existing building.
Construction Manager for a multi-phased construction project involving additions, gut renovations, and MEP Infrastructure, highlights are:
- Additions and gut renovation of 187,000 sf. Involving a 4 and 3 story addition, gut renovations to library and kitchen, new administration offices, classrooms and science rooms.
- Renovation and additions to Field House Center totaling approximately 50,000 sf. New locker rooms, gym floor replacement, entry gut renovations, bathrooms and office spaces.
- Phased renovation to occupied High School area of 118,000 sf. Major heating system infrastructure replacement, auditorium renovations and MEP additions, finish upgrades throughout the facility.
- Phased abatement and demolition of three existing buildings totaling 52,000 sf, including site utilities and parking areas.