Erland Completes Kathleen R. Martin Wellness Center

Erland returned to the Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart campus to construct the new 47,000 square foot Kathleen R. Martin Wellness Center.  In 2007, Erland completed the award-winning library addition to the historic Towle mansion.
The Kathleen R. Martin Wellness Center is designed by D’Agostino Izzo Quirk of Somerville, Massachusetts. The new free-standing four-story structure is built into a hillside adjacent to the school's playing fields and boasts a gymnasium with two full-court basketball courts, multiple squash courts, indoor rowing practice facility, dance studio, fitness room, locker rooms, training rooms and classrooms.
Newton Country Day School was thrilled with the finished facility. Mike Fahey, Director of Facilities, had this to say about working with Erland, “We are very happy with our new Wellness Center and I would like to express my sincere appreciation to you and the rest of the project team at Erland for a smooth and successful construction experience.”
Erland Construction, with offices in Burlington, Massachusetts and Hamden, Connecticut, is the region’s leading open shop construction management and general contracting firm. The company has the specialized expertise for new construction, additions, and renovations in major market sectors including residential, academic, office, commercial, and healthcare.
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