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Barstow Memorial School, Chittenden Vermont

Barstow Memorial School in Chittenden, Vermont was originally constructed in 1933. Serving grades K through 8, the school houses approximately 270 students. In 2002, NBF Architects designed a major renovation to add new classrooms, administrative facilities, and a gymnasium constructed within an existing interior courtyard.

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Farm & Wilderness Camp

The Farm & Wilderness Resource Center functions as a wood working shop, an automobile maintenance garage, and a storage area for the summer camp.

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Songadeewin Dining Hall

The Songadeewin Dining Hall is a dining facility for a summer camp for girls located at Lake Dunmore in Salisbury, Vermont.

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Rutland High School Library

NBF Architects designed renovations to the Rutland High School Library to better suit the needs of the students and school. A new stair and second floor was added into the existing footprint of the library and includes two classrooms with a connecting walkway and a conference room. The center of the library is open to the existing skylight above allowing natural light into the space. Large windows in the second floor walls visually connect the two floors and allow the natural light into the rooms.

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Stafford Technical Center - STEM Academy

NBF Architects worked with the Stafford Technical Center to renovate their existing shop space into a new STEM Academy; a center for science, technology, engineering, and math studies. A new classroom provides students with a space to work together, learn new material, and use critical thinking to determine how to solve various problems.

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