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By E.R. Stuebner Construction
On 19, Jan 2012 | | In Recent News | By E.R. Stuebner Construction
The largest project ER Stuebner Inc was awarded in 2011 and one of the largest in company history is Stroudsburg High School. We broke ground and began work on 300,000+ sq ft of additions and renovations to the structure in Monroe County, Pennsylvania. The project is a five (5) phase process with substantial completion expected in 2014. The space will become the home of the 1,800 students. Recently Stuebner completed and opened a state-of-the-art 24,000 sq ft gymnasium for SHS.
The project calls for 150,700 square feet of renovations to the existing High School. The additional 183,100 square feet of work is new construction additions. It includes both a one-story and two-story structure consisting of steel framing, masonry veneer (with masonry backup), metal panel veneer (with steel backup) and built up roofing over a taper insulation system. The project is currently on pace to achieve LEED ‘Silver’ Certification per project specifications.
Stuebner’s Project Team for Stroudsburg High School comprised of Project Executive, Paul Fries, Project Manager, Jeffrey Donahue, and Superintendent, William Smith. With 60+ years of collective construction experience, they each have a history of delivering projects which shape the lives of students, teachers, administrators and the surrounding community.