New New Lebanon School is Beginning to Take Shape

Aerial Drone view looking South on May 23, 2018. Photo: Greenwich Schools

Greenwich Schools on Monday released an update on the progress of the new New Lebanon School.

The project has received two reimbursements from the state to date totaling $8,214,311.

A magnet school for the town, New Lebanon will serve students in grades PreK-5.

The centrally located learning commons, equipped with flexible furnishings and adaptable technological infrastructure, will allow for multiple zones of simultaneous learning.

The building is designed to meet the sustainability goals established by the Educational Specifications and to achieve a gold-level LEED rating from US Green Building Council.

The following work has been accomplished:

• Steel erection is approximately 80% complete,
• Site Excavation and Underground Utilities; Storm drainage
– Excavation on Richards Street for Sanitary installation has been completed. Orange Safety Fence has remained in place until the water connection is completed.

Work anticipated for the coming weeks:

• Topsoil Screening on-site will be ongoing
• Structural Steel to be complete by the End of June
• Concrete slab on deck will be placed early June
• Building Under slab Plumbing and Electrical is ongoing
• Site Excavation and Underground Utilities
– The installation of the water service on Richard Street
• Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment coordination is underway
– Curriculum and Technology Departments are providing respective comments