South Coast Improvement Company (SCI) of Marion completed renovation projects at Milton Academy. The projects took place at the Athletic and Convocation Center (ACC) and at the Robert Saltonstall Gymnasium (RGG).
The renovation at the ACC building entailed the conversion of a storage area into two changing areas for home and visiting hockey teams. Each changing room included all-new electrical, plumbing fixtures, lockers, and benches, and specialized flooring to absorb the impact of hockey skates.
The RGG renovation featured the conversion of three classrooms into two smaller classrooms and one fitness/yoga studio. The project included all-new light fixtures, carpet finish flooring, new HVAC, and other amenities.
South Coast Improvement Company began the two projects over the summer and completed work in October. The two renovation projects cost a total of approximately $500,000.
“Process is the key to projects like these where you have to coordinate with the day-to-day activities of staff and residents,” said Tom Quinlan, president of South Coast Improvement. “A successful project is not only one that looks great but caused minimal interruption to operations.”
“Over the years, we have done many projects similar to these two, most notably the locker rooms over at BC’s Conte Forum,” said Quinlan. We have a lot of experience with these kinds of projects. Process is the key to projects like these where you have to coordinate with the day-to-day activities of staff and students,” said Tom Quinlan, president of South Coast Improvement Company. “A successful project is not only one that looks great but caused minimal interruption to operations. We achieved that here at Milton Academy.”
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