Lockheed Completes Stoughton HS Install

| August 26, 2019

Stoughton High School aerial view

Stoughton, MA – Lockheed Window Corp. of Pascoag, RI completed its installation of components on the Stoughton High School construction site in late August.

Spearheaded by project manager Michele Marchand, Lockheed worked with Consigli Construction and Compass Project Management Inc. to construct a new high school for the town of Stoughton, Mass.

The 96-year-old building, constructed in 1923, witnessed nearly a century of growth and education. The new high school marks a new era of opportunity for the students of Stoughton.

Stoughton High School

Lockheed supplied and installed several curtain wall systems, a new greenhouse, a glass canopy, EFCO sunshades, interior storefront framing, aluminum doors, casement windows, Kalwall translucent panels, and fire-rated curtain wall frames for the new and improved building, which offers three stories of educational space with many collaborative areas and meeting spaces.

Stoughton High School aerial view

In addition, the new glazing provides enhanced security with School Guard glass and 3M safety film used around the building. Daylight shines in through the main lobby with a sloped Kalwall skylight that is visible from the first floor. Sunshades diffuse light along the west-face of the building to aid in the building’s climate control. A final touch of glazing design was used at the main entrance in the form of a frameless glass canopy.

Lockheed teams have the know-how and dedication to take on any commercial project and exceed expectations. Their vertical integration allows them to take projects from design to installation. To check out some of their completed projects, visit their website gallery or video library page.

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