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Kaestle Boos Associates, Inc.
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Kaestle Boos is a leader in the design of award-winning facilities throughout New England. We specialize in education, public safety, municipal, landscape, & corporate design projects.
Kaestle Boos is a leader in the design of award-winning facilities throughout New England. We specialize in education, public safety, municipal, landscape, & corporate design projects.

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Had a great time ReBuilding Together New Britain this past Saturday! Kaestle Boos teamed with the New Britain Department of Public Works and Scope Construction to help out our neighbors here in New Britain. Our activities included clearing out a hillside of brush and replanting it with low maintenance flowers and bushes; cleaning our front gardens, transplanting some flowers and plants, adding new flowers, trimming shrubs and adding mulch, repainting the front porch handrail, rebuilding the front walkway, fixing and repainting the front lawn lamp; repairing the gutters; powerwashing the exterior of the house, and repairing some areas of carpet on the front porch. In addition, several large shrubs including stumps, were removed altogether from the yard. The weather couldn't have been better - sunny but cooler. Much thanks to Brennan White for coordinating and great job to our volunteers David King, Luke McCoy, Ben Monroe, Amy Moro and her husband Patrick, Matt Kozikowski and his wife Anna, Alex McKeton, Chris Como, Paul Dominov, Suzy Schuck, and David McKinley from Kaestle Boos, Chris Rosignol from Scope Construction and Mark Moriarty and his entire crew from New Britain DPW!
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Rebuilding Together New Britain 2016
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Kaestle Boos is excited to be volunteering once again with Rebuilding Together New Britain Saturday, April 30th!  Check out our photos from last year.  This year, we are going to be helping out a 96 years young New Britain resident who has lived in her house for more than 65 years.  We are getting our hands dirty with members of the New Britain Public Works Department and volunteers from Scope Construction cleaning up brush and overgrown bushes, around the house, cleaning up flower beds, repairing gutters, and replacing carpet, lights and sidewalks.  And it’s supposed to be a beautiful day to boost!  Check back next week to see new photos from the event.  
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2016-04-29
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An Invitation to Bid has been issued for Bathroom Alterations in Building B of the Sullivan Senior Center in Torrington, CT.  A pre-bid walk through will be held Thursday, April 28, 2016, at 10:00 AM at the Sullivan Senior Center, 88 East Albert Street, Torrington, CT.  Bids will be received by the City of Torrington Purchasing Agent at Torrington City Hall Room 140 until Thursday, May 12, 2016, at 11:00 AM at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read aloud.  Additional details about the project can be found here: http://www.torrington-ct.gov/Public_Documents/TorringtonCT_bids/SCB-016-051216.

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An Invitation to Bid has been issued for Alterations to the Rocky Hill Police Department Cells and Dispatch Areas.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held Monday, May 2, 2016, at 2:00 PM at the Rocky Hill Police Department Training Room at 699 Old Main Street in Rocky Hill, CT.  Bids will be received at the Rocky Hill town Manager’s Office at Town Hall Suite 245 until May 11, 2016 at 10:00 AM at which time they will be opened and read aloud.  Details about the project can be found here: http://www.rockyhillct.gov/business/bid_notices.php.

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There will be a public forum today, April 7th to discuss the proposed new Orleans Police Station.  The forum will be held at the senior center located at 150 Rock Harbor Road at 3:30 pm.  It will be hosted by the Orleans Community Forum.  A second forum will be held this Saturday, April 9th, at Town Hall located at 19 School street.  This forum will be hosted by the Orleans Police Station Building Committee.  Floor plans, elevations, renderings, and site plans will be presented at both forums.
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Filed sub-bids for the new Orleans Police Station were received on March 16, 2016.  Bids received were well under the estimate.  General contractor bids are due on March 31, 2016 before 2:00 pm.
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2016-03-23
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We are excited to announce Luke McCoy, PLA, LEED AP has joined Kaestle Boos’ landscape architecture studio as an associate.   A registered landscape architect in Connecticut and Massachusetts, Luke has nearly 15 years of experience in site planning, design, and project management.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Connecticut.  He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA), and the Synthetic Turf Council, where he holds a seat on the Board of Directors.  He will focus on the continued growth of the landscape architecture studio as well as the firm’s athletic facility design portfolio. Luke joins us from BSC Group where he worked with Kaestle Boos on athletic field renovation projects at Plainville (CT) High School, O’Brien Stadium at Windsor (CT) High School, and Thompson Road Athletic Complex in Avon (CT).  

Luke and Landscape Architect Brennan White will be representing Kaestle Boos at the Connecticut Association of Athletic Directors 32nd Annual Conference on Wednesday, March 23, 2016, at the Sheraton Hartford  South in Rocky Hill.  
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Great attendance for public forum about the proposed new Middleborough Police Station!  The station will be presented for funding to the Middleborough, MA, voters this spring.  
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2016-03-21
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Check out the photos from our recent professional photo shoot at Naugatuck High School.  This 342,000 SF renovation-as-new project was completed in 2015 and included renovations to classrooms, core spaces, vocational spaces and the addition of the Naugatuck Public Schools district offices to the building.  Code compliance and security improvements played a key role in the project as well.  Site improvements included additional parking, new circulation routes, and a new synthetic turf multi-purpose field.  Great job to all team members who worked on this project!
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2016-02-01
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Barrington, RI School Committee approves two design proposals for a new Barrington Middle School.
District will submit to the state School Building Authority options for new construction, or renovation plus addition to the existing school.
Full Press Release...
http://www.kba-architects.com/news/BarringtonMSPR.pdf 
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