Nason Construction was hired for the renovation of the McFeely Building by George School, an independent college preparatory school located on a 240-acre campus in historic Newtown, PA. Interior renovations were design by Mark B. Thompson Architects and will convert the school’s former library to a new home for the History Department, housing offices and classrooms. Academic spaces will incorporate high-end technology for students including interactive whiteboards and projection units. Additional features include installation of a light well to provide natural daylight to basement rooms, custom landscaping, and extensive utility upgrades.

“Nason Construction has a long history of working with education institutions to provide first class facilities for their students, and we are thankful for the opportunity to assist George School,” said Nason’s Chief Executive Officer Thomas W. Nason, II. “The McFeely Building renovation will enable the George School to continue its tradition of developing citizen-scholars.”

P0sted in AIA Philadelphia.