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The design and regulation of educational facilities in Massachusetts provide the common ground for this active BSA group.

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Committee Chairs
Robert Bell AIA / r.bell@perkinseastman.com
Tina Stanislaski AIA / tstanislaski@hmfh.com
The K-12 Educational Facilities Committee is part of the Design Commission.

Updates

As a follow-up to our recent K12 Committee meeting regarding FF&E, please see the update provided by MSBA by clicking...
Our meeting this month focused on designing learning environments that promote physical, mental, and social well-being among...
Thank you for attending our May meeting which was the first in a series of meetings on the impact of the built environment...
Thank you for attending our February meeting. Please click on the link to view and download the meeting materials.
K-12 Educational Facilities Committee | Site planning for a new neighborhood school in Boston     Over the past...
Ian Finlayson, Deputy Director, Energy Efficiency, shared a presentation entitled Building Energy Code:Overview in MA with...
USGBC’s LEED green building rating system has been a significant driver for market transformation since its debut in...

Past Events

October 30, 2017 | 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Tour of the Dearborn STEM Early College Academy

Please join the K-12 Committee for a tour of Dearborn STEM Early College Academy. The newest school in the heart of Roxbury is among the first purpose-built STEM schools in the nation. The tour will be given by Jonathan Levi Architects and the Construction Manager Gilbane.

This school is part of a major City of Boston initiative towards an improved future for the residents of Roxbury. This new neighborhood public middle/high school represents a new kind of educational building – a school without corridors which fosters inter-relatedness and transparency. The fabric of the STEM educational environment includes spaces for: small scale learning, collaboration, hybrid learning, project based explorations and community engagement. The building is broken down into three educational communities or ‘cohorts’. Each of which is sited on a different level and is centered on a satellite collaboration space, glass walled science exploratories and an office suite with dean’s office, staff preparation and reception area.

Gilbane has requested that those participants who have them please bring their own hardhats, safety glasses, and vests. Thank you!

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July 20, 2017 | 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Furniture and Equipment Design and Procurement Discussion with the MSBA The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) is interested in receiving...
June 1, 2017 | 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Join us for an afternoon of school tours! We are teaming up with the New England Chapter of the Association for Learning Environments for our...
March 30, 2017 | 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Tour of the New Winthrop Middle High School Please join HMFH Architects and Superintendent of Schools, John Macero, for a tour of the newly opened...
October 27, 2016 | 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Indoor Environment and Student Development The indoor environment has a profound impact on students' development, health and well-being. Erika...
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