A renovation project at Pine Hill Elementary School is expected to cost the town about $300,000 less than projected, according to Superintendent Perry Davis.
Northern Contracting Corp. of Framingham scored the low bid for the project at $894,000, according to Davis. The projected cost of the project was approximately $1.2 million, meaning the town stands to save $300,000 if the work stays within budget.
The project will involve replacing the school’s ailing 50-year-old boiler, along with some replacements of windows and flooring at the school, according to Principal David Nihill.
-– Kyle Alspach
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