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Boiler Room Failing Chimney Masonry Sprawling Weight Room Concrete Wall Typical Damaged Floor Finish Transitions Typical Damaged Floor Finish Transitions
Boiler Room Failing
Chimney Masonry
Sprawling Weight Room
Concrete Wall
Typical Damaged Floor Finish Transitions
 
Past Equipment Removals     Existing Plugged Cavity Wall Weep Holes 8”x 8” Tile Flooring Observed Tile Failure
Past Equipment
Removals
     Existing Plugged Cavity
     Wall Weep Holes
8”x 8” Tile Flooring
 
Observed Tile Failure
 
Weather Eroded Mortar Joints
Exterior &
Interior
Deterioration
 
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Failed Brick Face Lintel Corrosion & Resulting Failing Brick
Weather Eroded Mortar Joints
 
Failed Brick Face 
 
Lintel Corrosion &
Resulting Failing Brick
Sealant Joint Failure – 1997 Building Sealant Joint Failure – 1960/1965 Building 1965 Building Brick Wall Shift in Plane at Roof – Typical at Multiple Locations with Varied Offset
Sealant Joint Failure – 1997 Building Sealant Joint Failure – 1960/1965 Building
Failed Window Sill - 1960 Building - Too Short Short Window Sill / No Lap Joint / Failed Sealant
1965 Building Brick Wall Shift in Plane at Roof – Typical at Multiple Locations with Varied Offset
 
 
 
 
 
Failed Window Sill - 1960 Building - Too Short Short Window Sill / No Lap Joint / Failed Sealant
 
2021 Feasibility Study:
MHS/ATC Improvement Cost Estimate ($8.9 million)
 
  • Short Term (12 months): Life safety related and not functioning properly
    • Life Safety & ADA Compliance: Ramps & Signage
    • Building Envelope: Window repairs
    • Electrical: Emergency, Generator*, Fire Alarm, Wiring
    • Cafeteria: Exhaust, Dishwasher, Fume hoods, Sinks
    • Site: Athletic fields, Dumpster enclosures, Pedestrian walkways, ADA compliance, Maintenance equipment shed
    • Estimate: $1.4 million plus contingency, escalation, etc.
  • Mid Term (2-5 years): Currently functioning but in poor condition
    • Site: Driveways, Lighting
    • Building Envelope: Roof, Masonry, Skylights, Doors, Sealant joints
    • Interior: Floors, Ceilings
    • Electrical: Distribution, Lighting & Controls
    • Mechanical: Exhaust fans, Unit ventilators
    • Estimate: $2.7 million plus contingency, escalation, etc.
  • Long term (5-10 years): Currently functioning but past expected life
    • Site: Athletic fields, Driveways, Parking lot
    • Building Envelope: Roof
    • Mechanical: Rooftop units
    • Estimate: $4.8 million plus contingency, escalation, etc.
 
* MHS is an emergency shelter for Milford and has no generator.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The mission of the Milford Community Engagement & Communications Committee is to inform and engage Milford voters, parents, students, business owners and community leaders regarding efforts to improve the education environments and outcomes for our students, who are the future of our town, state and country.


The committee includes Milford community members as well as current School Board Members Judi Zaino and Noah Boudreault.