“The design for our renovation/expansion is both smart and beautiful. LPA’s designs don’t come out of the box; they don’t use a cookie cutter approach you see with some architects. If you look at the variety of their work you see that they evaluate the needs of each individual customer and come up with a design that works for the specific situation. Although our building is quite elegant, our project is about $2 million under budget right now. As you can imagine, town officials are extremely happy.
“I’m so pleased with the work they have done for us that I’ve become a bit evangelical about letting other directors know about them. Libraries need really good architects, and I hope LPA becomes a leader in the library field.”
Director, Shrewsbury Public Library
“The Lamoureux-Pagano team of professionals provided expert architectural guidance from inception to completion of the recently opened Auburn Middle School. Committed to ensuring that the end product reflected the vision of the School Building Committee and the school’s administration, communication was open and ongoing, resulting in a state of the art educational facility in which the entire Auburn community takes great pride. As the Superintendent of Schools, I would give LPA my highest recommendation for those considering a building project…you won’t be disappointed.”
Superintendent, Auburn Public Schools
“As superintendent of schools I worked closely with the firm as the “owner of the building” throughout the late design phase, the bidding, construction and the punch list process. The Lamoureux and Pagano team was most responsive to the needs of the District. They listened to and acted upon the requests of all the stakeholders, including but not limited to, the school’s administration, teachers, custodians, and food service department, etc.
“The result was a first class, 87,000 square foot, state of the art building that incorporates the latest technology. It is one of only seven schools nationally to receive the Verified Status Award from the Collaborative for High Performance Schools which verifies that John R. Briggs Elementary school is a “green” school. It is also important to note that this school came in on time and under budget with less than 1% in change orders which is a remarkable feat.”
Ralph E. Hicks
Former Superintendent, Ashburnham-Westminster Regional School District