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Cape Cod Regional Technical High School



  • Client: Cape Cod Regional Technical High School
  • Service: Project & Program Management
  • Location: Harwich, MA
  • Project Scale: $128.1 Million


Colliers Project Leaders is currently providing project management services for the construction of a new 228,000 square foot, state-of-the-art high school. Phase One of the project, currently in progress, includes the construction of the new facility. Once completed, Phase Two will include the demolition of the old building.

The new school will be located to the east of the existing building, in an area of the faculty parking lot. The new building is configured in an asymmetrical “H” shape with academic and technical shops integrated with classrooms located on two stories in the long leg of the “H”, and the gymnasium, administration, and Hospitality Academy located in the short leg. The student commons and library/media center will be located in the two‐story connector between the two legs.

Two technical academies will be located on each of two stories arranged in clusters. Each academy will have shops on one side of the main corridor and academic, collaborative and teacher planning areas directly across the corridor. The high bay shops of the Construction and Transportation Academies will be located on the first floor with at‐grade service access. The STEAM and Life Sciences academies will be located above on the second floor.

Colliers is providing project management services during the pre-design/design phase, construction phase, and closeout phase of the project.

During the design phase, Colliers is responsible for coordinating the design process, reconciling design solutions with program expectations, cost estimates, and budget parameters, and managing the bidding, pre-qualification, and contracting process.

In addition, during the construction phase Colliers will coordinate construction activities, monitor and manage construction changes and project finances, oversee construction progress, and conduct inspections of the construction for quality assurance and contract compliance.

Finally, during the closeout phase Colliers will manage the building occupancy, monitor and manage contractor correction of problems, and facilitate the training of operating staff in systems operations and maintenance.