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Scheibel Construction has been contracted for the construction of the new La Reine Science and Innovation Center at Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, MD. Designed by Grimm + Parker Architects, the project is a new 19,929 SF one-story free-standing building that is adjacent to the existing high school. The building consists of (7) seven new lab classrooms geared to help the school expand their science programs for students. These labs will serve as hubs to support the school’s new academic programs in Science, Technology, Cybersecurity, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, and Multimedia through hands-on experiences with next generation technology. In addition, the building will have several supporting areas such as a teacher’s lounge/planning areas, electrical/mechanical rooms, storage, and restrooms. Scheibel Construction was selected as the Construction Manager for this project back in December of 2018. The project has since been in the pre-construction phase and is now ready to start construction.
The groundbreaking ceremony was held on December 12, 2019, marking the beginning of construction for the new center. The President of Scheibel Construction, John Bailey and Project Manager, Adam Mudd attended the ceremony on behalf of Scheibel. Bishop McNamara High School’s new La Reine Science and Innovation Center is projected to be completed and opened to students in June 2021. The groundbreaking ceremony was featured in PG Suite Magazine.
To learn more about the new La Reine Science and Innovation Center on Bishop McNamara High School’s website, click here.