The Epiphany School, a non-profit school for children of economically-disadvantaged families in Boston, was expanding their campus in Dorchester Center. The project involved adding a single-story pre-school, a 2-story gymnasium, and a 3-story residential building for on-site teachers. Despite extensive site work, logistically challenging design-build MEP’s, and working adjacent to an occupied residential building and an active K-12 school, the project was completed on schedule and under budget. The new Early Learning Center allows Epiphany School to offer extra support and resources to the students, their families, and graduates.
- 22,600 SF
- 13-month schedule
- The single-story, wood-framed learning center houses pre-school classrooms and playrooms for toddlers.
- The 2-story steel deck and concrete gymnasium building includes commercial office areas and fellowship space for middle school graduates
- Solar panels were installed on top of the pre-school building
- A greenhouse, located towards the rear of the site, was constructed to support Epiphany’s robust garden-to-table program