September 15, 2015

CTA Delivers West Bridgewater Middle/Senior High School for Start of Classes

WEST BRIDGEWATER – CTA Construction Co. Inc. joined West Bridgewater school officials and families in celebrating the new middle-senior high school that opened to students and teachers with the start of the new school year.

The 141,000-square-foot school is for grades 7-12. The first floor houses the middle school grades with the senior high students on the second floor.

Its completion makes way for relocating the athletic fields. The 20-acre site will also contain a new synthetic playing field for football and soccer with a six-lane running track, new baseball field and a field hockey overlay field. Other site improvements include new roadways, parking, walkways, landscaping and utilities.

“We are pleased to join the West Bridgewater community in celebrating the completion of this new school, which is a testament to their commitment to the education of children. At CTA, we take pride in building facilities that help teachers and staff deliver a world-class education to students,” said Jeff Hazelwood, Project Executive of CTA Construction Co., Inc., based in Waltham and online at

Designed by Flansburgh Architects, the project construction budget totaled $49.6 million. Colliers International is the Owner’s Project Manager for both the Assabet and West Bridgewater projects.

The West Bridgewater Middle/Senior High School is the latest in the portfolio of environmentally friendly projects by CTA Construction, which ranks among the greenest contractors in a national survey.

In addition to West Bridgewater, CTA Construction completed schools in Marlborough, Webster and Revere in time for the start of school. CTA is a leading construction manager on public school projects in Massachusetts, with a high customer-satisfaction rating, as compiled by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

CTA’s construction professionals are experienced in completing even the most complicated school projects, with a focus on environmental sustainability and minimizing disruption to ongoing classes in existing schools, while construction is ongoing at adjacent locations.