MSBA votes to advance Hopkinton's Center School project to feasibility phase

posted Mar 26, 2014, 11:47 AM by Rob Nickerson   [ updated Mar 26, 2014, 11:48 AM ]

At their March 26 Board of Director’s meeting, The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) voted to move forward Hopkinton’s Center School project into the feasibility phase.

Tasked with facilitating the development of a solution to the operational and educational constraints of Hopkinton’s K-1 Center School, the ESBC will now begin the process of evaluating and hiring a project manager, engineering firm, and other entities necessary for completing the feasibility study.

"Entering the feasibility phase marks a significant milestone for Hopkinton” said Joe Markey, Chairman of Hopkinton’s Elementary School Building Committee (ESBC). “Thanks to continued collaboration across town boards and committees, and strong community enthusiasm for finding a solution to the constraints at Center School, we are ready to hit the ground running into this next phase, with openness and active community engagement our key guiding principles."

The ESBC’s next public meeting is at 7:00 PM on Thursday, March 27, at Town Hall, Room 211.