26 June 2015
The Jemicy Upper School has completed the 24,000 SF renovation/expansion project creating the new Tomlinson Theater. Overall, the project expanded the building footprint and raised the roof to house a new blackbox theater, entrance, dressing room, and storage areas. The new theater was designed with flexible seating to accommodate multiple performance configurations depending on the School's programming needs.
Henry Adams provided the full MEP engineering design for the project.
The Jemicy School is a K-12 institution that strives to educate students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences by addressing both their intellectual strengths and their learning needs. The school utilizes creative, multisensory, and research-based programs and techniques to develop reading, writing, spelling, and organization skills; promote a love of learning, and prepare students for the intellectual and social challenges of college and life.