Sudbury, MA – Acella Construction Corporation recently completed construction of The Goddard School of Sudbury at 437 Boston Post Road in Sudbury.
The Acella team renovated a Rite Aid and Subway restaurant for conversion into the 15,000sf franchised private preschool and educational daycare facility. The property, located in Sudbury Crossing, is owned by Phillips Edison & Company. In addition to the Goddard School, Sudbury Crossing tenants include T.J. Maxx and Pure Barre.
Work on the building conducted by Acella included a complete demolition of the interior back to exterior framing and block walls, including removal of the entire slab. All new underground plumbing was installed for the 17 new restrooms, and new Carrier roof top mechanical units were installed.
The school features rooms for infants, first steps, toddlers, and preschoolers, in addition to multi-purpose rooms, several offices and a kitchen. On the exterior is a fenced in playground with grass turf, a rubberized play area and playground equipment. A complete new Cultec drainage system was installed for the new playground area, along with a new retaining wall to allow for the grade changes required to level the play area.
The building features Tarkett LVT flooring throughout, and Daltile wall tile was installed in all of the restrooms within the facility. A Zono Technologies disinfecting and sanitizing cabinet was also installed.
O’Sullivan Architects. Inc. and Wozny/Barbar & Associates, Inc. served as project architect and MEP engineer, respectively. Civil engineering was performed by Williams & Sparages.
Farzeen Fareed of Fareed Sudbury, LLC, the on-site owner of the Sudbury Goddard School, identified the work performed by the Acella team as “beyond my expectations,” giving special thanks to Superintendent Bill Dever, Senior Project Manager Todd Gainey, and VP of Business Development Ryan LaVangie “for exhibiting so much support, respect, and amazing work ethic” throughout the construction process.