Lincoln School expands campus with $5M STEAM Hub for Girls addition

LINCOLN SCHOOL has completed a $5 million addition to its campus called the STEAM Hub for Girls, which will house science, technology, engineering, art/architecture, and math programs. / COURTESY LINCOLN SCHOOL
LINCOLN SCHOOL has completed a $5 million addition to its campus called the STEAM Hub for Girls, which will house science, technology, engineering, art/architecture, and math programs. / COURTESY LINCOLN SCHOOL

PROVIDENCE – Lincoln School has completed a $5 million addition to its campus, which will house science, technology, engineering, art/architecture, and math programs.

Called the STEAM Hub for Girls, the new addition faces Blackstone Avenue and coordinates with an older portion of the private school campus.

The structure, built by Shawmut Design and Construction, features a modern, two-story glass façade and 4,000 square feet of interdisciplinary teaching space.

Designed by Kathleen Bartels, principal of LLB Architects, the building has a glass curtain wall facing the west and 20 vertical panels that shield the sunlight as the sun moves.

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The school recently held a grand opening for the combined facilities.

Mary MacDonald is a staff writer for the PBN. Contact her at macdonald@pbn.com.