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The Connecticut ne ticu necticut Build Build ild d Awards wards ward wards ad 2008 Winner: La ner: Large arge Renovation Project ovation The Elmer Thienes Mary Hall mer Thien nes Elementary School tary Sch hool Standard Builders d B ilders Newington, Conn. n. The $17.6 million addition and complete renovation to the Elmer Thienes Mary Hall Elementary School touched every part of the community. The facility, the Town of Marlborough’s only school, is used by local groups for their programs and community-wide events such as town meetings, voting and indoor and outdoor recreational activities. The project drew a high level of public scrutiny because it required the largest capital expenditure ever made in the history of the Town of Marlborough. Work included a combination of new construction and renovation completed during two major phases. Standard Builders took over the project in 2003 after Phase 1 ended, and completed the project in 2005. Assuming a contract from the previous contractor was an enormous risk, but Standard Builders’ project team helped ensure the project’s success by working in conjunction with the town and the design Standard Builders Successfully Completes School Renovation By Mary Lou Jay CONNstruction / Summer 2008 / 21

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of CONNstruction - Summer 2008

CONNstruction - Summer 2008
Going Forward
AGC/CT: Why Belong? Reasons Vary
Is the Glass Regulated Fill or Flowable Fill?
A Winning Strategy
Member Participation Vital to Success of Legislative Efforts
Just Cause...
Winner: Large New Construction Project
Winner: Large Renovation Project
Winner: Small Renovation Project
Winner: First-Time Applicant Award
Second Place Winners
Workshop Provides Education on Pervious Concrete as a Stormwater Solution
Guidelines for Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans Available
2008 Build CT Awards
UCAC at the NUCA Conference
Keep CT Moving Transportation Summit
UCAC’s Spring General Membership Meeting
WorkZone Safety Press Conference
Index to Advertisers

CONNstruction - Summer 2008