Mount Greylock Regional School

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Mount Greylock Regional School is a public middle school and high school, located in the heart of the Berkshire Mountains. 
The building’s addition and renovation included adding a three-story, 60,000 square foot classroom and laboratory wing. The project also included demolition of the area between the current gym and auditorium, and subsequent rebuilding of that space as a connector that houses specialty labs, a media center and other public-use spaces.
Constructed in two phases in 1968 and 1970, the 178,000 square foot school suffered from lack of adequate ventilation, excessive humidity and poor energy usage. The school sought to retain the large public spaces built as part of the 1968 facility and renovate those to like-new standards.

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