Middle School Project Receives Multiple Construction Awards
Lebanon School District is excited to announce that the Lebanon Middle School
local contactor Trumbull-Nelson, has received three awards for Construction
Excellence for their work on the Lebanon Middle School project. The first award
the project and Trumbull received was the Chairman’s Award, in the category
Institutional/Public Over $10 million. This award is the highest award, and the
first of its kind in any of the previous year’s categories. The second award
was the Community Service Award based on Trumbull’s participation in
neighborhood meetings and public forums with the school district. The third
award was the Sustainable Building Award given in response to the Banwell
Architect designs for a Northeast Collaborative
for High Performance Schools (CHPS) project. A CHPS design is based on design
standards for schools from pre-K through community colleges that meet many
sustainable and environmental criteria.
Construction Award Winners were determined through an extensive process by the
New Hampshire/Vermont Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)
judges, based on execution of design, craftsmanship, attention to detail,
safety and other considerations.
awards were announced at the New Hampshire/Vermont Chapter of Associated
Builders and Contractors annual event on October 24th at the Concord
Capital Center for the Arts. Accepting the awards were representatives from
Trumbull-Nelson, Banwell Architects and Laura Dykstra, Lebanon School Board
member and Lebanon Middle School Building Committee Chair.
Lebanon Middle School opened this fall on-time and below budget to 454
students. The school Co-Principals, Martha Langill and Andrew Mellow are
pleased with the space, lighting and many conveniences the new building
Dr. Paludi and the Building Comm for LMS held their final Neighborhood Meeting to bring all of the neighbors up to date on the finishing details of the new school set to welcome students in August. 20 or so neighbors met to discuss any concerns they may have and followed by a tour of the building.
With the project nearing completion, planned improvements to Route 4 adjacent to LMS is scheduled to begin 5/1. Working with NH DOT the Lebanon School District's primary concern is improving safety of students and drivers near the school. Road work will include adding pavement to widen Route 4, resurfacing, and striping to allow turning lanes for the school traffic. This work is expected to be completed with 4 to 5 weeks, and will remain within the NH DOT right of way. Certified traffic control personnel will manage traffic flow during the work periods.
The Lebanon Middle School pages are here to provide background and current information on the building of the Lebanon Middle School.
Project Posts & Updates
Bid DocumentsPlease see attached file for Bids received on Lebanon Middle School components.
Posted Nov 8, 2010, 10:12 AM by Allison Mollica
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