Congratulations! At our December SBC meeting, Joel Seeley, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at SMMA Architects, announced that he is retiring at the end of the year. Joel, who has served as our Project Manager, has been such an important part of the Lincoln School project. Through all the ups and downs of the process, he has been a calm presence, a steady voice, and a source of wise advice. We are so very grateful to have had his expertise and experience guiding us over the past 5 1/2 years. Congratulations, Joel, on a career that has had an enormously positive impact on thousands of students and faculty! We wish you all the best whatever the next chapter brings.
(P.S. Want to see the info about our project on the SMMA website? Visit https://www.smma.com/work/modernism-twist, and here is a link to the end-of-project tour booklet.)
Project Update: The concrete pads for the transformers and the back-up battery have been installed. The equipment is scheduled for installation on December 27th, and it will require big machinery. Want to watch? The area near the Codman Pool provides a safe view. Click here for a link to the slides presented at last Wednesday’s SBC meeting.
1994-95 Time Capsules @ the Public Library: Starting in January, the Time Capsules that were on display during the Ribbon Cutting will be on view at the Library. The exhibit will span about 2 months, and will change every two weeks. Starting with Kindergarten and Grade 1, two grades will be on view at a time for a period of two weeks.