The City School District of New Rochelle partnered with CSArch to undertake a $106.5 million, multi-phase capital improvement project to address aging infrastructure across all district school facilities.
Throughout the construction schedule, and especially during tight summer construction periods, CSArch is regularly onsite and is proactive to resolve issues and keep the projects moving on schedule."
CSArch restored or replaced slate roofs, masonry, historic façade, window and door systems at several school buildings throughout the district.
Site work includes improved parking and controlled building access, as well as new field lighting and artificial turf replacement at the high school athletic complex.
Housed within a cylindrical shaped building, the high school's planetarium supports a unique program of astronomy and science-based courses. CSArch provided renovations to upgrade the existing space with new seating, carpeting, projector technology, and controls.
The capital project will be completed in four phases and includes improvements to building exterior envelopes, site improvements, interior systems and building systems infrastructure.
At New Rochelle High School, a new turf football field, softball fied and running track provides much needed field space for multi-purpose outdoor activities. Infrastrucure improvments at the High School included the repair and restoration of the slate roof and overall improvements to parking lots and entrances.
Work at Isaac E. Young Middle School included exterior restoration of decorative cast stone elements, roof repair and improvements to the loading dock. At Jefferson Elementary School, exterior restorations included brick replacement and terra-cotta restoration along with site improvements to building entrances.
New Rochelle, NY
Estimated Completion Date
Roof Repair, Historic Facade Restoration, Athletic Turf Fields, Athletic Field Lighting, Parking Improvements, Safety and Security, General Infrastructure, ADA Compliance, HVAC Replacements and New Generators