Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical School District
School Building Committee
In line with standard MSBA process, the individuals named here have been selected in accordance with provisions of all applicable statutes, local charters, by-laws and agreements to represent the building project.
Brian Mushnick - Chair*
Stanley Widak Jr.*
* = Voting Member
Massachusetts School Building Authority
The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) is a quasi-independent government authority created to reform the process of funding capital improvement projects in the Commonwealth's public schools. The MSBA strives to work with the local communities to create affordable, sustainable, and energy efficient schools across Massachusetts. In its ten-year history, the MSBA has made more than $12.1 billion in reimbursements to cities, towns, and regional school districts for school construction projects.
Dore + Whittier
OWNER'S PROJECT MANAGER (OPM)
Dore + Whittier (D+W) was established in 1992 to provide superior client-focused service on public and private design and construction projects. Today, the company consists of approximately 60 professionals with specialized skills, offering clients the highest level of expert knowledge and innovation in project delivery. D+W's disciplined and collaborative process is the foundation of the firm's success.
D+W's OPM group provides exceptional planning, guidance, and support of major building programs with teams consisting of Architects, Planners, Project Managers, and Construction Professionals who are carefully selected for each phase of the job for their expert knowledge. This blending of experience assures the very best talent and superior service for clients and the communities in which D+W works.
Drummey Rosane Anderson
Drummey Rosane Anderson, Inc (DRA) is a full-service architectural and interior design firm founded by Colonel William Drummey in 1923. Today, with a strong presence in New England with studios in Waltham, MA and South Windsor, CT, DRA is a thriving firm of 25+ professionals that combine passion, creativity, and functional planning to produce environments that meet the needs and vision of each client.
DRA is one of New England’s recognized leaders in the design of public schools and is perhaps the foremost architectural firm in the planning, design, and construction of career/vocational technical schools in Massachusetts. Their educational portfolio stretches across more than six decades. Recent projects include Blue Hills Regional Technical High School, Southeastern Regional Technical High School, Cape Cod Tech, and Taconic High School.
DRA’s staff is comprised of professionals who understand the challenges of daily classroom instruction, Accredited Learning Environment Planners who regularly translate client and stakeholder needs into clear planning principles, and designers committed to creating architecture that inspires students to achieve their full potential. They approach each project with the goal of understanding the district’s teaching and learning objectives to create learning environments that will be transformative, flexible, and resilient to meet future educational changes. DRA’s work is consistently recognized for being innovative, cost efficient, and sustainable.