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  • Watertown, CT
  • 2011
  • 206,841 SF

Features of the project include the renovation of science labs, kitchen and food service, auditorium, gymnasium and locker rooms. Energy efficiency was improved with upgrades of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, replacement of non-energy efficient windows and a partial roof replacement.  Removal of asbestos containing materials, code compliance work and improved safety and front door security was also completed. Site renovations include new circulation and bus and parent drop-off areas, and additional parking, as well as new athletic fields including a new multi-purpose synthetic turf field.  

Kaestle Boos formed a bond with our Public Building Committee and got us through the hidden issues found inside old walls, drainage issues affecting neighborhood properties and local approvals that required many meetings with planning and zoning to meet their requirements. They were an architectural firm that we trusted constantly to get the job done on time and under budget.

- Robert M. Porter, Chairman, Watertown Public Building Committee