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KBE Shaping Futures K -12

  1. 1. shaping futures k-12 w w w. k b e b u i l d i n g. c o m Connecticut | Northeast Region • Maryland | Mid-Atlantic RegionFor more information:Cora HarkinsManager of Business Development30 Batterson Park RoadFarmington, CT 06032860.284.7622charkins@kbebuilding.com
  2. 2. north haven high schoolnorth haven, ct owner Town of North Haven, CT architect Kaestle Boos Architects, Inc. New Britain, CT size 245,000 sf cost $58 million services Construction Manager at Risk This $58 million high school project included construction of the new school, along with associated sitework, new and renovated athletic fields, abatement, and demolition of the existing high school.
  3. 3. “The construction of the new North Haven High School has been a veryexciting and challenging endeavor. As our Construction Manager, KBEBuilding Corporation has been a valuable asset at every step of the way,supporting the Building Committee throughout the process...the result isa truly exceptional and functional facility that will serve our community foryears to come.” -Radha Prasad, Chairman, North Haven High School Building Committee
  4. 4. hamden middle schoolhamden, ct owner Town of Hamden, CT architect Tai Soo Kim Partners Hartford, CT size 196,000 sf - new construction cost $44.4 million services Construction Manager at Risk The uniquely designed building is set on approximately 25 acres and features many sustainable design features. Its unusual footprint breaks down the scale of the building into five separate, two-story wings, each of which contains a cluster of classrooms designed for different types of course work.
  5. 5. beverly high schoolbeverly, maowner City of Beverly, MAarchitect Mount Vernon Group Woburn, MAsize 175,000 sf addition & 110,000 sf renovationcost $67.6 millionservices General Contractor (Joint Venture of KBE Building Corp. & CTA Construction Co.)The Beverly High School project encompasses approximately 175,000sf, 4-story wing of new construction and a phased renovation ofapproximately 110,000 sf of the existing High School’s commonspaces. The project is participating in the Massachusetts Collaborativefor High Performance schools (MA CHP’s).
  6. 6. valley regional high schooldeep river, ct owner Regional School District # 4 Deep River, CT architect C.J. Lawler Associates Architects West Hartford, CT size 130,000 sf renovations and additions cost $17.3 million services General Contractor Two state-of-the art additions were the heart of an extensive two- year renovation and upgrade project: a new performance auditorium and a new, fully equipped computer and multi-media center. M/E/P and fire safety system upgrades were additional improvements made to this occupied high school.
  7. 7. e.c. goodwin technical high schoolnew britain, ct
  8. 8. owner Connecticut Department of Public Worksarchitect Kaestle Boos Architects New Britain, CTsize 176,000 sf renovation 64,000 sf additioncost $48.5 millionservices General ContractorThe seven-phase addition and renovation project includes new andrenovated academic classrooms, technical shop space, administrativeareas and support space, new athletic fields, and new parking lots.
  9. 9. norwich technical high schoolnorwich, ct owner State of Connecticut KBE converted an existing 100,000 sf community college into Department of Public Works a 200,000 sf state-of-the-art technical high school. The facility remained fully operational during this phased construction Hartford, CT project. The school includes more than 15 technical education architect Moser Pilon Nelson Architects and science labs, full academic facilities, auditorium, media Wethersfield, CT center, gymnasium, and cafeteria and dining facilities. M/E/P and data systems were also upgraded throughout. size 208,000 sf renovations and additions cost $46.2 million services General Contractor
  10. 10. kaynor technical high schoolwaterbury, ct
  11. 11. owner Connecticut Department of Public Works Hartford, CTarchitect S/L/A/M Collaborative Glastonbury, CTsize 116,329 sf renovation 100,000 sf additioncost $47.4 millionservices General ContractorThe renovation and addition project improved site circulation, upgradedthe school’s vocational shops, and implemented high-tech, fully digitalacademic classrooms and laboratories. The existing classroom wing wasdemolished and replaced with a new, three-story academic wing andgymnasium. Complete renovation of the trade classrooms and upgradingof all building systems. The school remained fully operationalthroughout the multi-phased construction.
  12. 12. john winthrop junior high schooldeep river, ctowner Regional School District #4 Deep River, CTarchitect C.J. Lawler Associates Architects West Hartford, CTsize 118,000 sfcost $12 millionservices General ContractorTo improve efficiency and decrease operating costs, KBE upgraded allmechanical, electrical and fire safety systems throughout the school. Themodernization also included a new administration wing, extensive sitework, parking lot expansion, full code updates, and new septic andstormwater systems. Temporary classrooms were set up to accommodatestudents during the two-year project.
  13. 13. wells road intermediate schoolgranby, ct owner Wells Road Intermediate School Granby, CT architect Bianco, Giolitto, Weston Architects Middletown, CT size 40,000 sf renovation 15,000 sf addition cost $10.3 million services General Contractor40,000 sf single story addition and 15,000 sf renovation for classrooms, music and sciencerooms, media center, kitchen-cafeteria and gymnasium.the solomon schechterday schoolwest hartford, ctowner The Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Hartfordarchitect Jacunski Humes Architects, LLC Berlin, CTsize 32,000 sf addition & school-wide renovations The addition and renovation to this private day school include a commercial kitchen, dining rooms, library / media center, science lab, classrooms and locker /cost $7.6 million shower facilities. The Beit Tefillah (chapel) includes 12 high windows facing theservices Construction Manager at Risk courtyard representing the 12 tribes of Israel. 7 round columns symbolize the 7 arms of the Menorah, each with light fixture.
  14. 14. B u i l d i n g E x c e l l e n c e To g e t h e rconnecticut|northeast region • maryland | mid-atlantic region w w w. k b e b u i l d i n g. c o m