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Stoughton High School Building Committee members:
- TJ Recupero, Chair - Community Representative
- Joel Wolk, Vice-Chair - Community Representative
- Michael Connolly - Community Representative
- Maureen Doherty – Procurement Officer for Town of Stoughton
- Roberta Harback - Community Representative
- Joel Harding – Director of Maintenance and Operations for Stoughton Public Schools
- Richard Hill - Community Representative
- Christine Howe – Finance Committee Representative
- Julie Miller – Principal of Stoughton High School
- Robert O’Regan – Board of Selectmen Representative
- Katie Pina-Enokian – Stoughton School Committee Representative
- Dr. Margurite Rizzi – Superintendent of Stoughton Public Schools
- Steve Anastos – Interim Town Manager
Compass Project Management, Inc. is our Owner’s Project Management (OPM) consultant. Compass has provided services for various K12 districts in the state. They have a team of highly qualified professionals who specialize in project management and have successfully overseen the completion of a number of schools throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Compass Project Management, Inc. was founded on the principle that successful projects result from a deliberate process of developing the best plan, assembling the most qualified team, and committing to excellence in execution from concept to closeout.
Founded in 1923, Drummey Rosane Anderson, Inc. (DRA), our architectural firm, has sought to combine creativity, innovative thought and functional planning to produce environments that meet the needs and vision of each client. They have worked successfully on a variety of projects in both the public and private sectors.
They specialize in educational, municipal, recreational, and institutional design, and provide leadership, guidance and expertise to meet the Town's facility needs.
Consigli, Construction Manager, is a family-owned business established in 1905 in Milford, Massachusetts that has grown from a local business into the rare category of the largest family-owned construction company and general contractor in New England.
They have more than 800 employees in eight regional offices along the east coast from Maine to Washington, DC, and have more than 350 skilled carpenters, laborers and masons on staff working on Public K-12 Schools, as well as other Academic, Corporate, Healthcare, Federal, Libraries, Museums building projects, and more.
Massachusetts Schools Building Authority (MSBA)
The Massachusetts School Building Authority is a quasi-independent government authority created to reform the process of funding capital improvement projects in the Commonwealth’s public schools. The MSBA strives to work with local communities to create affordable, sustainable, and energy efficient schools across Massachusetts.
The Legislature created the MSBA in 2004 to replace the former school building assistance program administered by the Department of Education (now the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education).
The MSBA, which has a dedicated revenue stream of one penny of the state’s 6.25-percent sales tax, is collaborating with municipalities to equitably invest in finding the right-sized, most fiscally responsible and educationally appropriate solutions to create safe, sound, and sustainable learning environments.
In its ten-year history, the MSBA has made more than $12.8 billion in reimbursements to cities, towns, and regional school districts for school construction projects. Instead of waiting years for reimbursement, districts now receive payments from the MSBA as costs are incurred, usually within 15 days of submitting a request through the MSBA’s online Pro-Pay System.
The MSBA's Mission is to "Partner with Massachusetts communities to support the design and construction of educationally-appropriate, flexible, sustainable, and cost-effective public school facilities."