NEWS SOURCE: Belanger Foley Inc.

NORTH CHELMSFORD, MA (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Belanger and Foley, Inc., a full service architectural, planning and design firm, announced today that the construction of the new Longmeadow Golf Club in Tewksbury MA, is on schedule and on budget. The project represents the second major project designed by Belanger & Foley in the last twelve months. The first project, the design and planning of the Bishop McNamara Center at Lowell Catholic High School, was initiated in March, 2005, and is ahead of schedule.

The Longmeadow Golf Club project officially broke ground in November of 2005 and it is expected to be completed by July of 2006. The new clubhouse will be a two-story structure of approximately 13,000 sq. ft. Designed as a backdrop to the 9th hole of the golf course, the clubhouse will have locker rooms, offices, lounges and spas on the first floor, and a members lounge and hall that will accommodate 150 people on the second floor.

The Bishop McNamara Center, the cornerstone of the Lowell Catholic High School project, consists of both academic and athletic facilities to include: the Keith Gymnasium, science lab, lecture hall, technology center and classroom space. Construction work is currently in full swing with an anticipated completion target of spring 2006.

According to MaryEllen Demarco, Principal at Lowell Catholic High School, the project, which is vital to the future success of the school, has benefited greatly from Belanger & Foley’s expertise:

“Belanger & Foley, Inc. has proven to be a key partner in the successful execution of Lowell Catholic High School’s physical expansion plans. In delivering their architectural, engineering, and planning services, Belanger & Foley has demonstrated an unprecedented focus on quality, scheduling, and cost effectiveness. Their dedication and commitment to this project, their sensitivity to the daily needs of our school community, and their willingness to collaborate with our general contractor, Sasso Construction of Wilmington MA, in order to remain on schedule and on budget, will benefit Lowell Catholic students for generations to come”.

About Belanger and Foley, Inc.

Headquartered in North Chelmsford, MA, Belanger and Foley, Inc. has provided design services for the past ten years for over 250 clients in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire in the commercial, institutional, historical, housing, and public sectors. Headed by Philip Belanger and Gerald Foley, the company offers architectural, engineering, planning services. Over the years, Belanger and Foley, Inc. has been engaged in many significant institutional projects in the Merrimack Valley to include: the Oncology Wing and Surgical Center of Lowell General Hospital, The Tyngsborough Town Hall and Library, the historic restoration of the First United Baptist Church of Lowell, MA, and the new Dunstable Free Public Library, among others.

Belanger and Foley, Inc., 55 Middlesex Street, North Chelmsford, MA 01863, Tel: (978) 251-7500.

News issued by: Belanger & Foley, Inc.

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Original Story ID: (1257) :: 2006-02-0206-002

Original Keywords: Belanger & Foley, Inc., architects, Lowell, Massachusetts, The Longmeadow Golf Club project, MarComPartners, LLC, architectural, planning and design firm, Bishop McNamara Center at Lowell Catholic High School, Tewksbury MA, MaryEllen Demarco, North Chelmsford, Philip Belanger and Gerald Foley Belanger & Foley, Inc.

NEWS SOURCE: Belanger Foley Inc. | Published: 2006-02-06 13:04:00

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