Shaw Elementary School opened this fall to students, as work continues on Phase II and III of the project, which includes play areas and new ballfields. The children are already enjoying recess and outdoor education in the constructed outdoor classroom spaces. Outdoor Classroom & Amphitheater Seating Waterwheel/Wetland Classroom Pollinator Walk
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Elizabeth Taber Statue Unveiled
Since 2019, Dodson & Flinker has been working for the Sippican Historical Society to design park improvements for Bicentennial Park in Marion, MA. The project provides a gathering space and sculpture commemorating the life and works of local benefactress Elizabeth Taber. Dodson & Flinker’s design consists of a new stabilized stone dust path and gathering […]
Swansea Town Beach Master Plan Under Construction
Construction is underway for a new bath house and lifeguard building on Swansea, MA’s Town Beach, part of a beachfront revitalization project that Dodson & Flinker worked on with Stephen Kelleher Architects. The master plan was accepted by the Town in October of 2014, and several elements have already been implemented, including beach nourishment, dune […]
Plains Elementary School Landscape Taking Shape
Plains Elementary School is set to welcome students to a new building for the fall 2015 semester. D&F designed the surrounding landscape and “nature play” area on a team led by Jones Whitsett Architects.
Under Construction: Plains Elementary School, South Hadley, MA
Site clearing began last week for Plains Elementary School, a new public school in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Dodson & Flinker collaborated with Jones Whitsett Architects on the school design.
Under Construction: Westfield Model Elementary School
Site demolition began this week for a new public elementary school that will serve 600 students in downtown Westfield, Massachusetts. Dodson & Flinker collaborated with Margo Jones Architects on the design of the new school.
Under Construction: Bechtel Environmental Classroom
The Bechtel Environmental Classroom is an ecological learning center for a range of disciplines at Smith College. The proposed 2,300 square foot classroom building is being planned and designed under the rules of the Living Building Challenge, a green building standard more stringent than LEED.