Education Groundbreaking

Bowdoin Begins Work on Athletic Center

Bradley Athletic Center / Rendering by Jones Architecture

Boston – Work is underway on the new Bradley Athletic Center at Boston Trinity Academy in Boston.  School administration, members of the board of trustees, and local officials attended a ceremonial groundbreaking event held recently.

At the groundbreaking for the Bradley Athletic Center (l-r): Celena Smith, Georgina D’Cruz, Annissa Essaibi George, Gisela LoPiano, Esther Udoakang, Nancy Bradley, Rob Bradley, Frank Guerra, Suzanne Weston, Danny Tao, and Rob Consalvo

When complete, the new 8,800sf facility will house a 4,200sf basketball court, along with bleachers, courtside seating, locker rooms, a prep kitchen, and office space. Additional exterior work involves the installation of new drainage utilities, curbed islands, site lighting, and paving in the parking lot area, along with new sidewalks, fencing, and other landscaping improvements.

At the event, Frank Guerra, headmaster of Boston Trinity Academy, said, “We are excited because the Bradley Athletic Center will not only be a facility for us to host games with students cheering and stomping their feet for our teams, but also because it will give us space for our authentic community to gather together in unity.”

Construction manager Bowdoin Construction is working in concert with Jones Architecture to make this vision a reality.