Woburn, MA – The Hurld-Wyman Elementary School in Woburn is scheduled to break ground. The project is expected to cost $25 million, $75,000 under the city’s estimated budget of $25.75 million. CTA Construction was selected to build the new 71,000sf school, and the project was designed by DiNisco Design Partnership.
The Hurld-Wyman School will be situated on the 7.5-acre Spence Farm, which will be shared by the school and the Woburn Agricultural Commission. The building will feature nearly two dozen classrooms, dedicated art and music spaces, a 6,000sf gymnasium, and library and cafeteria spaces.
A generous grant from the Massachusetts School Building Authority is expected to cover 54% of all eligible costs.
CTA will also handle work on athletic fields and green spaces, building a playground, and parking spaces for the school and the Agricultural Commission.
The school is scheduled to open in September 2018.