Consigli selected as Construction Manager

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The Town of Arlington has selected Consigli Construction Co., Inc. as the construction manager for the new Arlington High School. Chosen unanimously by the Arlington High School Building Committee, Consigli was selected for its expertise in construction of K-12 educational buildings as well as the team’s innovative phasing approach and proactive plan to provide the town with maximum value for …

Debt Exclusion Approved

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The debt exclusion to fund the new high school passed with over 76% of the vote. We thank the Arlington community for their strong support, and encourage all to participate in the next steps of the project as we enter the Design Development phase. Read the press release.

ACMi: Inside AHS (video)

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The ACMi News series “Arlington High School: An Inside View” takes you inside the classroom to see and hear what it’s like for students. Here is their first segment.

Blog: Student Impact During Construction

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Safety of students and staff, and minimizing disruption are the project’s highest priorities. The proposed school will be built in multiple phases on the existing site and the current school will remain operational during construction. In our blog “Student Impact During Construction“, we detail the methods in which the Town, school administration and project team will plan and monitor the …

Blog: Enrollment and Design Flexibility

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Arlington Public Schools’ student population is increasing – and the high school is no exception. Changes in education standards coupled with rising enrollment have created a space crunch in our high school today. The new school is not only designed to address this space crunch, but also to flexibly respond to increased enrollment. Read our Ponderings blog ‘The Future: AHS …

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Blog: An Architect’s Reflections on the High School

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In our Ponderings Blog: “An Architect’s Reflections on the High School“, AHS Building Committee member and architect John Cole provides a personal reflection as to why the Building Committee chose a new school over a renovation/addition of the existing school.