Designed byDrummey Rosane Anderson
Revere, MA – CTA Construction of Waltham has been selected to build the new Staff Sergeant James J. Hill Elementary School, which will replace the current William McKinley Elementary School in Revere.
The new, modern and compact $32 million, L-shaped building will replace the current 111-year-old building on its urban site, consisting of 103,650gsf. The new school will contain learning space for 690 students and 72 staff members.
The building is organized around a central two-story lobby that shares views into the cafeteria, media center and administration area. The north wing will hold early childhood and first grade. Kindergarten, first through fifth grades, special-needs classrooms and computer labs will be held in the three-story classroom wing at the south end of the site. The cafeteria and gym will contain glass that overlooks the new stadium being built by the city.
CTA Construction will be working jointly with the project designer, Drummey Rosane Anderson, Inc. of Waltham and owner’s project manager, Hill International (Collaborative Partners). The project will also be seeking LEED certification.