MSBA Approves Reimbursements for Three Stoughton School Projects

The projects include improvements to the Hansen, Dawe and West Elementary schools in Stoughton.

Credit: File Photo
Credit: File Photo

The Massachusetts School Building Authority has approved reimbursements to Stoughton for three separate school building projects, the Boston Globe reported Sunday.

The grants are meant to cover the following projects, according to the Globe:

  • As much as $582,328 of an estimated $1.2 million needed for new windows and doors at the Helen H. Hansen Elementary School
  • As well as $735,489 of the estimated $1.4 million needed for new windows and doors at Joseph R. Dawe Jr. Elementary School
  • Up to $686,165 of the estimated $.14 million needed for a replacement roof at the West Elementary School

Two approval processes need to occur for Accelerated Repair Projects, the first of which would invite the district into the process and assign an architect and owner's project manager to develop design plans and cost estimates, according to the report.

After that, the MSBA board would vote to approve the designs and project budgets.


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