The Lincoln School breaks ground on STEAM building

THE LINCOLN SCHOOL BROKE GROUND on its new STEAM building. From left, Ron Simoneau, vice president, Shawmut Design and Construction; Brian Valentine, project manager, LLB Architects; Kathleen Bartels, principal, LLB Architects; Nancy Nahigian Tavitian, chair, Lincoln School's STEAM Hub Steering Committee; Suzanne Fogarty, head of school, Lincoln School; Corine Andrade, project manager, Shawmut Design and Construction; Chris Maury, project executive, Shawmut Design and Construction /COURTESY SHAWMUT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
THE LINCOLN SCHOOL BROKE GROUND on its new STEAM building. From left, Ron Simoneau, vice president, Shawmut Design and Construction; Brian Valentine, project manager, LLB Architects; Kathleen Bartels, principal, LLB Architects; Nancy Nahigian Tavitian, chair, Lincoln School's STEAM Hub Steering Committee; Suzanne Fogarty, head of school, Lincoln School; Corine Andrade, project manager, Shawmut Design and Construction; Chris Maury, project executive, Shawmut Design and Construction /COURTESY SHAWMUT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

PROVIDENCE – The Lincoln School in Providence started construction this week on a $5 million addition to the campus.

The STEAM building will accommodate additional display and collaborative meeting space for students studying the subjects of science, technology, engineering, the arts, architecture and mathematics.

The STEAM Hub for Girls project will include a new two-story façade, 4,000-square-feet of interdisciplinary space and a rotating art gallery.

Shawmut Design and Construction of Providence is the construction manager. The architect is LLB Architects of Pawtucket.

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Mary MacDonald is a reporter for PBN.

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