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Announcing the launch of Fox Chapel Area School District’s construction website

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Pictured: web design interns Stephanie Buzzatto, Cole Ryan, Josh Dunlap, and Brad Jamiolkowski with Michael Hower, Principal, and John McGee, Assistant Principal.

Massaro CM Services, partnered with Fox Chapel Area School District, is pleased to announce the launch of the construction website which will be used as a tool to keep the community informed of construction projects occurring within the District. Visitors of the website can find current information, safety measures, important dates, photos of work in progress, and more regarding the construction projects.

To learn more, visit the construction website at www.fcasdconstruction.com.

Under the guidance of the Fox Chapel Area High School Administration and Massaro, high school web interns designed and will maintain the website throughout the duration of construction. To learn more about our collaboration to provide learning opportunities to students, read our previous blog post Opportunities beyond construction.

We would like to recognize the hard work of everyone involved, especially our web interns: Stephanie Buzzatto, Cole Ryan, Josh Dunlap, and Brad Jamiolkowski.

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Article by Jennifer McGee, Business Development Associate
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