New Hampshire district plans facilities study

Aug. 19, 2007
Mascenic Regional district will determine if buildings need upgrades.

The Mascenic (N.H.) Regional School District is conducting a facilities assessment of it six schools to determine what repairs or improvements are needed. The resulting recommendations could lead to renovations or additions to current buildings, or building a new school. District maintenance officials say that none of the buildings meet current life safety codes; however, right now, none of the buildings are unsafe. The architect is Barker Associates.

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