The proposed Bartlett High School renovation will serve 445 students in grades 9-12. The existing 1979 building will be reorganized into three distinct wings - academic, community, and district - resulting in an improved student, faculty, and community experience. New courtyards cut into the large, square wings of the building will bring natural light and ventilation into the heart of the school and provide outdoor learning opportunities. Classrooms and other academic spaces will be arranged in ‘Academic Neighborhoods’ to foster interdisciplinary learning and teaching while numerous sustainable features will improve the operational efficiency of the school and reduce its environmental impact.
|Type||High School Renovation|
|Client||Town of Webster, MA|
|Design Team||Kent Kovacs, Principal-In-Charge; Rob Potish, Project Manager; Madeleine Le, Project Architect;|
|Consultants||Samiotes Consultants Inc, Civil Engineer & Land Survey; Engineer's Design Group Inc, Structural Engineer; Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering P.C., MEP; Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape Architects Inc, Landscape Architects; Activitas Inc, Athletics Consultant; The Green Engineer Inc; Sustainable Design Consultant; Crabtree McGrath Associates Inc, Foodservice Consultant; Stefura Associates Inc, FF&E & Casework Consultant; PM&C, Cost Estimator|
|Renderings||Nitya Charugundla; Jessica Libby; Rob Potish|