Foxborough Regional Charter School UpdateCategory: Company Updates
The Foxborough Regional Charter School broke ground in early April on their Elementary School Expansion/Renovation and New Gymnasium Project. The School purchased an existing 80,000 sq ft office building adjacent to their current campus and are renovating the facility to expand their Elementary School program. The adaptive reuse is coupled with a new gymnasium building and a connector road to link the existing K-12 school site, pictured.
The project team, from left to right, including Tim Bonfatti (Compass President), Ed Lucy (FRCS Director of Operations), Mark Logan (FRCS Executive Director), Steve Agostini (Agostini Construction President), Susanna Girard (FRCS Board Secretary), Brian Heney (Ai3 Architects PM), Tony Pina (Compass PM) and Julie Allen (Agostini PM), has been on an aggressive schedule to be ready for the upcoming Fall 2017 opening. Ai3 Architects began design in December 2016 and Agostini Construction came on board as Construction Managers in February 2017. The team is looking forward to a productive summer, and the School is excited about the opportunity the acquisition of this building provides for its program.
The Foxboro Regional Charter School opened its doors in 1998, and since, has continued to expand and grow from 500 students to its current enrollment of 1300. This project represents another milestone in the success of their educational mission, and provides a chance for an additional 400 students to “Enter to Learn, Exit to Lead”.