Allenstown Community School Update

Welcome and thank you for visiting the NEW K-8 school progress web page. We will keep this section up to date with the latest renderings, information, and historical data.

October23rd, 2023 Update

Good day.  This is the October construction report.  We will be  publishing for the Community of Allenstown School District a monthly progress report of your new building project. 

Current work efforts.


We are transitioning to our final finishes on the building.  The building is erected.  99% of the internal infrastructure is complete.  HVAC and electrical and plumbing for rough install.

We now begin the ‘finishing touches”

Masonry complete

Drywall is 90% complete

Millwork is 95% complete.

Ceiling Grid work is ongoing.  Approximately 50% complete.

Painting of walls is 85% complete.

Wall ceramic tile at the 2nd floor continues as does the first floor.  65% complete.

Epoxy floors at bathrooms is complete.

Curbing in the parking yard is complete.

Exterior metal panels are 85% complete.

The largest remaining items are the putting of ceiling tiles in the grids and flooring.

The largest single area to be complete is the gymnasium.  We are using that as a holding area for all the rest of the building.  That will be in final stages of complete during December.

Also, please feel free to call me at 802-380-1157 or write me at [email protected]

Wildlife Assessment

"All of our site plans are fully reviewed by a number of New Hampshire state agencies.  We have not had any mention of eagle disturbance during any of our conversations with the State.  We feel comfortable that there are no eagle issues as we have vetted your plans widely”.  Erin Lambert, PE, LEED AP, Wilcox & Barton, Inc.

Community Forum Update

On Monday, May 16th, the Allenstown School Board hosted a New School Community Forum to give Allenstown residents a chance to see the new school building drawing designs and site layout.  The forum was facilitated by the Owner's Project Manager, Gordon Bristol; with presentations by Doug Proctor, the principal architect; and Erin Lambert, the civil engineer for the site.  Mr. Bristol closed the forum out with the reminder to all that he does have project updates on the new school website and to feel free to email him, or the Allenstown School Board with any questions that arise regarding the new school project.