Glastonbury, CT (PRWEB) July 02, 2013
Gilbane Building Company has been selected to provide Construction Management at Risk services to the Town of Enfield, CT, for the consolidation of the town’s two existing high schools, Enfield High School and Enrico Fermi High School. The project consists of a 147,700 square foot addition to Enfield High School, along with a 165,000 square foot renovation of the existing school. The project will be completed in phases with 800 students remaining on campus during construction. After completion, students from Enrico Fermi High will transfer to the new Enfield Consolidated High School, which will accommodate as many as 1,700 students.
“We are thrilled to be helping the Town of Enfield create this new educational facility for its students while working with the town leaders, the community, and our partners on this project,” said Steve Kononchik, Gilbane’s district manager for Connecticut. “We look forward to bringing to bear the expertise and lessons we’ve learned as the number one ranked K-12 facility builder in the nation to ensure that the new Enfield High School becomes a source of pride for the entire community for years to come.”
Design phase activities will begin immediately. Construction will start in the spring of 2014 and be completed by August 2016.
About Gilbane, Inc.
Gilbane provides a full slate of construction and facilities-related services – from pre-construction planning and integrated consulting capabilities to comprehensive construction management, close-out and facility management services – for clients across various markets. Marking its 140th year in operation and still a privately held, family-run company, Gilbane has more than 60 office locations around the world. To find out what the next 140 years have in store, visit http://www.gilbaneco.com.
A builder in Connecticut since 1944, Gilbane has grown to become one of the largest providers of construction management services in Connecticut, serving both the public and private sectors. The Company maintains a district office in Glastonbury from which it has managed over $2 billion in construction over the past decade.