Why are we performing a Feasibility Study?
The 60 year old Fuller Middle School has served the community well. The school has reached a point that it no longer meets today’s building codes, has structural deficiencies, inefficient and inoperable systems and does not adequately support our educational curriculum. The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA), the state agency charged with overseeing and supporting school improvement projects, has visited the school and agrees. The Feasibility Study is MSBA’s initial step in partnering with the City of Framingham to investigate these conditions and develop a cost effective, sustainable and educationally appropriate solution to the aging Fuller Middle School.
Feasibility Study Highlights
The SBC submitted the first of three submissions to the MSBA on December 20, 2017, which included analysis of existing conditions, the educational program and preliminary design solutions and cost estimates. Eight options were included and four were selected to be further refined. The selection of the single preferred option will be decided by the May 9, 2018 submission to the MSBA.
The Preferred Schematic Report (PSR) phase begins with the submission of the 'Folded Hands' plan as decided by the School Building Committee on 4/30/18.
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