Information

Construction contact

Gregory Altman, VP of Finance and Operations

716-881-6262 x1140

logistics@nardin.org

Construction progress
Gregory Altman

The time has finally come…after years of planning and designing, followed by construction, the new Gymnasium and Health and Wellness Center are ready for our students to return.  Finishing touches are being added and landscaping is being finalized, but the facilities look great and are ready to be used for programming that will center around physical activity and health and wellness across the entire Academy.  COVID does put some limitations on how the facilities are used, but the team has put together a program that has all students using the spaces safely. 

The Fields off Elmwood are also complete and we envision starting to use them, as well as making them available for community use, sometime in September.  Graduation ceremonies were held there at the end of July; what a spectacular setting it provided for our girls to celebrate their success!

We thank all for their patience and support during the process; we look forward to the use of these new facilities for all in our Nardin family and in the local community.

Facilities update…
Greg Altman

This is a very exciting time at Nardin with all the work that is underway on the new facilities.  Work continues on the gymnasium and health & wellness center located on Cleveland Avenue.  Windows are currently being installed, and the masons are on site daily as the bricks are being put up on the outside.  As exciting as the work is on the exterior, there is much happening on the inside of the new building too.  Drywall is being installed, and we anticipate painting and tile-work to begin in the coming weeks.  As of now, the schedule has the lights, remaining fixtures, and gymnasium flooring scheduled to be installed in March/April.  Similarly, the work on the new fields on Elmwood is progressing.  The site is ready for the turf, lighting, and scoreboard to be installed as soon as the weather cooperates.  Let’s hope for an early spring!