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Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School
Minuteman received Site Plan approval by the Planning Board and approval by the Conservation Commission to construct a new school for Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School located at 758 Marrett Road in Lexington MA
The project consists of construction of a new building, parking lots, circulation, lighting, service areas, landscaping, screening, sports fields, and associated stormwater management structures. The area consists of 65.71 acres with a portion in Lexington and a portion in Lincoln. The current school is in Lexington. The new school will be located in Lincoln.
Construction commenced in June 2017 with an anticipated school opening of September 2019.
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Start Construction June 1, 2017
Start Foundation August 1, 2017
Start Steel November 1, 2017
Building Weather Tight September 1, 2018
Building Certificate of Occupancy July 1, 2019
School Ready for Students August 21, 2019
Start Demolition of Old School August 1, 2019
Complete Site Work May 1, 2020
All Material can be found on the planning board website by clicking here.
Click here to view the construction mitigation plan.
Visit the Minuteman website to view updates: Link to School
Town Points of contact:
Paula Vaughn, Planning Board Administrator 781-259-2610 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Gumbart, Conservation Director at 781-259-2703 or email@example.com
Construction Manager/Contractor for Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical High School is Gilbane and the point of contact.
Please be aware that going on Minuteman property without prior notification and permission is considered trespassing. If anyone wishes to walk the property contact the Superintendent’s office and receive permission prior to going on the property.
December 7, 2017
SENT TO THE MILL STREET NEIGHBORS ON BEHALF OF ED BOUQUILLON:
Dear Mill St. Neighbors:
In an effort to keep you apprised of activities on the construction site, I am writing to let you know that our catch-up plan requires that we will work on Saturdays through January, weather permitting. The hours of work will be between 7:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Additionally, I want to provide you with a sense of progress to date. The concrete is in, backfill is occurring, and crushing operation has ended. The cranes are anticipated to be on site on the 14th in advance of the steel delivery on the 18th of December. The steel operation will continue for approximately 16 weeks, as the building begins to take shape.
There are a number of presentations up on our website which give a very good visual progress report. You can access these at: https://www.minuteman.org/Page/803.
Finally, on behalf of the team, I want to wish you the best of the holiday season, and extend appreciation for your patience and commitment to this important project.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
Edward A. Bouquillon, PhD