Transformation through Renovation
Pictured in the photo (from left to right) Jim Peyser, Sec. of Education, Charlie Baker, Governor of Mass., Ann Sullivan, Chair, Massasoit Comm. College, Board of Trustees, Ray DiPasquale, President, Massasoit Comm. College, and Carol Gladstone, Commissioner, DCAMM.
Steering Committee – Policy & Decision Making
President DiPasquale; Vice President Hess; Vice President Mitchell; Vice President Gibson Sheffield
To define in detail space requirements to meet current & future programmatic needs.
David Auperin; Michael Bankson; Doreen Callaghan; Susan Clover; Kevin Doten; Ana Estabrooks; Rachel Franciosi; Richard Hadley; William Hanna; Eve Jankey; David Johanson; Denise Logan; Marie McDonnell; Melany McFadden; Bill O’Neill; Catherine Powers-Ozyurt; Andrew Oguma; Jennifer Pike; Katie Ruggieri; Jesse Schreier; Amee Synnott; Andrea Torres; Kendra Twomey
To identify and recommend swing space and the construction process.
Ruben Barato; Paul Chiano; Danielle Freeman; Richard Hadley; Jen Holbrook; Rita Jones-Hyde; Jeffrey Mei; Michael Mezzano; Bill Morrison; Bill O’Neill; Kim Sylvia; Christofer Volz
Information Technology Team
To provide project teams with technical expertise related to Information Technology.
Jackie Barrett; Danielle Freeman; Patrick Mauretti; Bill Morrison
To provide periodic updates to the college community on the status of the project.
Jen Holbrook; Amity Kelley; Lloyd King; Bill Morrison; Alex Villanueva
To build a capital campaign to support the philanthropic source of funding.
Michell Badger; Alex Villanueva
|Project Tasks||Dates||Approximate Months|
|Project Prep/Scope Confirmation||July 2022 – August 2022||2 – Completed|
|Select Architectural Firm (DSB)||September 2022 – November 2022||3 – Completed|
|Study, Schematic Design||December 2022 – December 2023||12 – In Process|
|DCAMM Certification of Study||December 2023||1|
|Detailed Design/Construction Documents||January 2024 – December 2024||12|
|Bidding||October 2024 – February 2025||5|
|Construction – Liberal Arts to New Science Renovation||February 2025 – June 2026||16|
|Construction – Science to New Nursing & Allied Health||June 2026 – June 2027||12|
|Approx. Total Months||63|
April 13, 2022 – Massasoit Community College announced as a recipient by Governor Baker in the latest round of Higher Education Capital Grants.
June 28, 2022 – President DiPasquale charges Project Teams that will work collaboratively with faculty and staff on key capacities.
August 3, 2022 – Designer Selection Board chooses Jones Architecture for architectural & engineering services.
October 25, 2022 – Start-Up Workshop held with DCAMM, Jones Architecture/Studio Luz, Design Consultants, Massasoit Project Teams
November 7, 2022 – Project Planning Meetings (Review of 2019 Readiness Report and Inclusive Design)
November 14, 2022 – Science, Math, Nursing, and Allied Health Programming Meetings and Building Walkthroughs (#1)
December 7 & 9, 2022 – Science, Math, Nursing, and Allied Health Programming Meetings (#2)
January 17 & 18, 2023 – Faculty and Staff Local College Site Visits for Recently Renovated Science, Nursing, & Allied Health Spaces
January 24, 2023 – Science, Math, Nursing, and Allied Health Programming Meetings (#3)
March 8 & 9, 2023 – Campus Community Engagement Sessions & Project Update for Massasoit Project Teams presented by DCAMM, Jones Architecture/Studio Luz, Design Consultants
March 30, 2023 – Respiratory, Science & Math Programming Meeting (#4)
April 18 & 27, 2023 – Nursing Programming Meetings (#4)
June 14, 2023 – Existing Furniture & Systems Walkthrough with Design Team, DCAMM, BVH, Science, Nursing, and Allied Health Faculty and Staff
August 21, 2023 – Schematic Design Kickoff Meeting with all Project Teams (Dining Hall)
September 8 – Lab Planner (Page) and Faculty Meetings (B-546)
TBD, Week of October 2 – Universal Design Workshop
On March 8 and 9, 2023, Massasoit hosted two engagement sessions on the Brockton campus for our Transformation Through Renovation Project. Well over 100 students and dozens of faculty and staff participated in the sessions led by our project design teams. We’re grateful to have had so many people provide input into the project and play an active role in helping us shape Massasoit’s future. By engaging with students, faculty, and staff, the design team can truly build academic spaces conducive to the success of our programs, students, and community. Thank you to all for participating!