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Summary of Needs

 
East ATC Wall Elevation Cracking – Missing Control Jointing
 
MHS/ATC
Current
Conditions

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Membrane Flashing Blisters Organic build-up and Obsolete Wiring
East ATC Wall Elevation Cracking – Missing Control Jointing
Membrane Flashing Blisters
 
 
Organic build-up and Obsolete Wiring 
 
 
Brick and Mortar Cracking Eroded Mortar Joints Rooftop Curb Mounted Mechanical Equipment & Evidence of Roof Ponding
Brick and Mortar Cracking Eroded Mortar Joints Rooftop Curb Mounted Mechanical Equipment & Evidence of Roof Ponding
Brick and Mortar Cracking
Brick and Mortar Cracking

Brick Construction Failure
Brick Construction Failure

Roof Edge and Fascia Missing Conditions & Aging Finish
Roof Edge and Fascia Missing Conditions & Aging Finish
Exterior
Deterioration
East Wall Cracking over Door #12 – Missing Control Jointing
    East Wall Cracking over Door #12 – Missing Control Jointing
2021 Feasibility Study:
MHS/ATC Needs Summary
  • Main entrance non-secure 
  • 26 undersized classrooms (per ED321)
  • 7 severely undersized classrooms
  • 7 classrooms with no natural light (mainly in ATC)
  • Science labs are dated/inconsistent with modern curriculum
  • Gymnasium lacks seating for student body
  • Building layout lacks common space/student-focused areas
  • Poor air quality throughout
  • Poor light quality throughout
  • Inadequate access to electricity throughout
  • Storage space lacking throughout
  • Code issue: Dead-end corridor
  • Maintenance equipment storage barn: unsafe to use
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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