Frank. J Gargiulo Campus Melds State-of-the-Art Design with Interactive Learning
Thanks to an aggressive construction schedule, the brand-new Frank J. Gargiulo Campus in Secaucus, New Jersey, opened in record time to welcome High Tech High School Students enrolled for the 2018-19 school year.
350,000-sf High Tech High School opens in Secaucus, N.J
By Building Design + Construction
A new $150 million, 350,000-sf technical high school in Secaucus, N.J. will provide education to almost 2,000 students across 70 classrooms and specialty spaces. High Tech High School sits on the 20-acre Frank J. Gargiulo Campus, which replaces the former North Bergen campus, and provides technically-focused, hands-on learning
High Tech High School sets high bar in Secaucus
The $150 million High Tech High School in Secaucus officially opened its doors to students Tuesday on the 20-acre Frank J. Gargiulo Campus. The vocational magnet school – which serves grades 9-12 in Hudson County – will educate nearly 2,000 students in more than 70 state-of-the-art classrooms and specialty spaces. The Hudson County Improvement Authority managed the design and construction process for Hudson County Schools of Technology and partnered with RSC Architects, DMR Architects, MAST Construction Services and Terminal Construction Corp. to design and build the 350,000-square-foot school.
Builders, architects debut $150 million technical school in Hudson County
By Real Estate NJ
With the new academic year underway, Hudson County and a team of design and construction firms have unveiled a new state-of-the-art, $150 million technical school in Secaucus. A team including RSC Architects, DMR Architects, MAST Construction Services and Terminal Construction Corp. designed and built Hudson County’s new High Tech High School…
New Construction Methods in Play for NJ School Build
New Jersey’s Hudson County School of Technology High Tech High School is getting a new home at Laurel Hill in Secaucus. The $160 million project, which received 59% of the budget from state funding, broke ground in May of this year, and will replace the former campus in North Bergen. The school, developed by Hudson County Improvement Authority, is one of the first projects in New Jersey to be done using the design-build method, following the New Jersey Assembly’s approval of this technique, an alternative to traditional design-bid-build, in June of 2015. The new approach allows for the elimination of the lowest bidder selection process, resulting in shorter project time.
MAST nears completion of $48M New Jersey school development
by Real Estate Weekly
The $48 million project, for which MAST is providing construction management services, began in January 2014 and is expected to be completed in fall 2015.The District Board of Education is the property owner and the project architect is RSC Architects. As construction manager, MAST is overseeing and involved in the build’s day-to-day project management, testing and inspection co-ordination, ongoing progress reporting, shop drawing coordination, contract and scheduling administration, cost reporting/change order management and permit expediting.
MAST Construction manages 4th phase of largest municipal park project
MAST Construction Services, Inc. (www.mastconstruction.com), an award-winning, Little Falls, NJ-based project and construction management services and owner’s representative firm, today announced that it is serving as the construction manager for the fourth phase, a $10.5 million project, of one of New Jersey’s most high profile public park projects: Berry Lane Park. Situated at 1 Berry Road in Jersey City, between Garfield Avenue and Woodward Street, the 17.5-acre park is undergoing a conversion which will turn the former brownfield site, previously home to industrial yards, facilities and warehouses, into recreational space for Jersey City residents to enjoy.
MAST Construction Services celebrates 15 years in business
by Real Estate Weekly
LITTLE FALLS, NJ – April 17, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — MAST Construction Services, Inc. (www.mastconstruction.com), an award-winning, Little Falls, NJ-based project and construction management services and owner’s representative firm, today announced a major milestone: the company will celebrate its 15th year in business this June. “We are very pleased with, and proud of, our track record of success to date,” says MAST Founder and President Ted Domuracki. “We have been fortunate to be part of several high profile and signature projects in the New York metropolitan area and have many more in the pipeline.” During MAST’s decade-and-a-half in business, the company completed more than 200 projects in the public and private sectors, amounting to $1.56 billion. At the heart of the company’s achievements is a client-focused philosophy of providing project management services that emphasize three elements, all of which are featured in the firm’s tagline — responsiveness, reliability and results. To commemorate its anniversary and history of client service, the firm is adding a fourth “R” to its slogan: reputation.