Lexington, MA – ReyCon announced it has completed work on the renovation of the cafeteria and library at Lexington Christian Academy (LCA) in Lexington, in partnership with CSL Consulting and Annum Architects.
LCA engaged the ReyCon team to help modernize the library and cafe layout into a more open and collaborative area for students. The strategy and vision involved changes to the service line, kitchen and egress into the library from the back of the dining area in an effort to provide better flow throughout the cafe. ReyCon removed a dividing wall separating the two spaces and installed a new museum-grade display case over 30 feet long for students’ artwork to be displayed, which serves as the focal point of the newly renovated space. Reycon also provided new finishes including a brand-new cafeteria floor, new carpeting, paint, lighting, ceiling grid, a wraparound laptop bar and three new custom pocket doors separating the space.
“We are really proud of how this project came together and was completed in a short period of time,” said ReyCon president, Michael Reynolds. “LCA is one of the most exceptional and innovative prep schools in Massachusetts, and we were excited to have helped contribute to its continued development.”