Wayland High School
Week of 5/30/2011
The following is an overview of construction activities for the coming week:
The site will be closed for the Memorial Day weekend from Sat 5/28-Mon 5/30 as well as Sunday 6/5 for graduation. The site will be open on Sat 6/4 for work at the Fieldhouse.
Buildings A & B - Construction activities this week will be similar to last week, with exterior metal siding, curtain wall, interior drywall at both buildings and MEP rough-in. Interior finish work continues as well with painting, ceramic tile and acoustic tile ceilings. We have also started elevator construction at Building B.
Wastewater treatment plant - Exterior masonry wall construction will continue. With the road at the corner near the Math/English building being split, we remind drivers and pedestrians to be extra careful when moving through this area. We have added signage to help with this. In addition, we will continue to work in the area between the treatment plant and the baseball field to prepare for the construction of the new leaching field.
Fieldhouse - Skylight replacement is complete and the final layer of roofing is being installed. We are building interior walls and installing rough MEP systems in the locker rooms. In addition, we continue to construct the metal work at the exterior roof overhang and window openings. The Fieldhouse will continue to be off-limits to non-construction personnel throughout the construction phase. Construction fencing is in place to secure this work area.
Temporary construction lighting will NOT be shut off at night; the lights will remain on to deter trespassing and vandalism.
Looking ahead to Summer 2011, we are planning the following activities to start as soon as school ends:
- Pool parking lot redevelopment, this parking lot will be closed for construction for the duraction of the summer break
- Site utility services under the driveway up to the wastewater treatment plant - this work will require us to close the driveway and any access to the rear parking lots for most of the summer break
We apologize for any inconvenience resulting from these activities.
Shawmut Design and Construction