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20 Powder Mill Road, Maynard, MA 01754 (978) 461-0330 (978) 461-0275
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The Discovery Museums

Museum Renovation & Expansion

JM Coull was selected by The Discovery Museums for its 17,000 sf, multi-phase renovation and expansion project. The new spaces will enable the Museums to provide visitors with enhanced hands-on learning experiences. The project also achieves Discovery's mission to get children outside to play and explore their natural environment.

Project Features
  • Phase 1 – "Discovery Woods" ADA-compliant fully accessible playscape featuring a nature trail, willow tunnel, community swing, rain garden, and treehouse (built by The Treehouse Guys)
  • Phase 2 – 9,000 sf science museum addition and renovations, providing much-needed square footage for new and current exhibits. These new spaces support the museum's commitment to authentic, hands-on learning through play by focusing on early brain development, inventing/tinkering, math, and water & air
Location: Acton, MA
Size: 17,000 sf
Delivery Method: Construction Management at Risk
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
Landscape Architect:Lemon|Brooke Landscape Architecture

Towne School Limited Partnership

Old High School Commons

This complete interior and exterior gut and renovation of a historic school yielded 15 residential apartments to provide residents with an affordable housing option.

Project Features
  • 20,000 sf total
  • Historical renovation
  • Successful negotiation of restrictions & requirements imposed by National Park Service
  • Restoration of original building features
  • New apartments comprising updated and modern furnishings combined with unique historical elements
Location: Acton, MA
Size: 20,000 sf
Delivery Method: Construction Management at Risk
Architect: Maugel Architects

Faith Evangelical Free Church

Church Renovation & Addition

JMC's scope called for a 7,700 sf addition and select updates to existing spaces for this church in Acton. Church members were involved in fundraising efforts, and some were also directly involved in the project itself – several members donated labor and services.

Project Features
  • 7,700 sf addition
  • New multipurpose room with athletic floor and basketball hoop
  • New sprinkler system in existing kitchen
  • New kitchen with stainless steel appliances
  • New classrooms & offices with vibrant, modern color palette
  • Significant site work, including new septic and drainage system, rain collection recharge system, and new parking lot
  • Performed on an occupied campus; children attended vacation bible school during the summer and church services were held throughout project's duration
Location: Acton, MA
Value: $1.8 million
Size: 7,700 sf
Delivery Method: Construction Management at Risk
Architect: J. Ferrera Associates

Brae Burn Country Club

Pool House Renovation & New Paddle Tennis Hut

JM Coull completely gutted and renovated a pool house, adding valuable new concrete pool deck space, and built a new snack bar for Brae Burn Country Club.

Project Features
  • 3,600 sf total
  • New paddle tennis hut
  • Renovations to existing pool house
  • Performed while maintaining country club operations
  • $120,000 in client savings through value engineering efforts
Location: Newton, MA
Size: 3,600 sf
Delivery Method: Construction Management at Risk
Architect: Olsen, Lewis, Dioli & Doktor

Nashawtuc Country Club

Expansion and Renovation

JM Coull completed this two-phase, fast-tracked project to provide Nashawtuc Country Club with additional space for it operations. Construction took place while the club was in operation and was completed, as scheduled, prior to a PGA golf tournament.

Project Features
  • 10,000 sf total
  • Two-story, wood-framed building addition
  • Expanded pro shop
  • New second floor offices & conference facilities
  • Clubhouse renovations
  • New locker & shower/toilet facilities
  • New Grille Room
  • Front entrance with drive-through canopy supported by stone pillars
  • Stone archway with granite steps, lighting, and entry doors
Location: Concord, MA
Size: 10,000 sf
Delivery Method: Construction Management at Risk
Architect: OKS Architects

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association

Greater Atlantic Region Fisheries Office

JM Coull was selected to construct a new 97,000 sf facility for NOAA to house the organization's fishery operations, Habitat Conservation and Restoration Departments, and Protected Resources Department. The Gloucester office hosts a variety of regional events through its outreach program, and the facility's museum serves as a venue to educate the public on marine life and conservation efforts.

Project Features
  • 97,000 sf total
  • Offices & administrative areas
  • 86,000 sf four-story main building
  • 11,000 sf annex
  • Museum space for fishery displays & information
Location: Gloucester, MA
Value: $15 million
Size: 97,000 sf
Delivery Method: Construction Management at Risk
Architect: 4240 Architects

Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry

Building Addition

JM Coull constructed Loaves & Fishes' food pantry and administrative offices on Barnum Road in Devens, MA. The organization provides food and support to communities throughout Devens, Ayer, Groton, Harvard, Littleton, and Shirley. We continue to be involved with Loaves & Fishes through its annual toy drive during the holidays and participation in other events.

Project Features
  • Warehouse for food storage
  • Offices
  • Administrative areas
  • MEP systems
  • Donated building materials (lumber, paint, shingles, etc.)
Location: Devens, MA
Delivery Method: Construction Management