The Demolition Ceremony Marked an Exciting Beginning of the School’s Expansion Plan
Malden, MA – Malden Catholic High School’s (Malden Catholic) expansion plan for its academic and athletic programs recently reached a significant milestone with a demolition ceremony at 50 Crystal Street in Malden, MA. Timberline Construction Corporation (Timberline) is proud to be completing the design-build of a new, academic building and indoor athletic facility.
This ground-up,70,000 SF in-house, design-build project promises to provide state-of-the-art academic and athletic facilities to the Malden Catholic community. To accommodate the school’s projected enrollment growth and expanding class offerings for the current high school population, the new building will provide sixteen new classrooms.
The design of the facility extends beyond academics by incorporating updated, versatile athletic spaces featuring a field house, gymnasium, locker rooms and weight room. These increased resources will enable the school to nurture the growth and development of the next generation of students, providing them with the opportunity to benefit from the offerings and values of Malden Catholic.
The demolition ceremony was attended by prominent figures such as Madlen Catholic’s President Thornburg, Mayor Gary Christenson, Councilor Chris Simonelli, Former Board Chair Jim Donovan, the school’s Board of Trustees, Timberline and Scalora Consulting Group. Together, they symbolically marked the beginning of an exciting journey representing the school’s commitment to growth and progress, ensuring that its students have access to exceptional facilities that will prepare them for success in both academics and athletics.
Timberline is honored to be part of this journey with Malden Catholic. We started demolition of the existing building in October, ground breaking will be in early 2024 with completion in 2025. We look forward to providing regular updates as Timberline Construction and Malden Catholic work together to bring this exciting addition to their campus to life.