Pariseault was engaged as the Construction Manager and worked with DBVW Architects as well as the Moses Brown School to renovate their Lower School facilities. This project consisted of 20,000 SF of space, which included the existing Lower School building and the adjacent transformed historic boiler house. The design includes a new exterior covered walkway connecting the two buildings to create a brand new welcoming main entrance. The renovated Lower School facility provides Nursey School through Fourth Grade students with blended science, technology, language, music, and art spaces designed to stimulate critical thinking and encourage creativity. Renderings courtesy of DBVW Architects
Architect: DBVW Architects
Challenges: Occupied Campus Delivery, Fast Tracked Schedule, Historic Building
About The Client: Moses Brown School is an independent Quaker school offering pre-k through secondary school classes. It was founded in 1784 and is one of the oldest prep schools in the country.