Lafayette High School - Buffalo Public Schools

Lafayette High School is the oldest public school in Buffalo that remains in its original building; a stone, brick and terra cotta structure in the French Renaissance Revival style, by architects August Esenwein and James A. Johnson. The building was completed, and graduated its first class, in 1903. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The school is unique in that it services only students in grades 11 and 12 on the West Side of Buffalo, New York.

Since 2009 Sienna has provided services including hazardous materials inspections and project design for renovations, including the replacement or rehabilitation of boilers and associated mechanical equipment. The laboratory spaces and lavatories have also been recently renovated throughout the building. Additionally, Sienna provided project monitoring and air sampling services and laboratory analysis for air samples by Phase Contract Microscopy.

Services provided:

  • Asbestos Inspection
  • Lead-based Paint Inspection
  • CADD Drafting
  • Site Specific Variance Preparation
  • Specification Writing
  • Abatement Air Sampling
  • IAQ Air Sampling
  • Laboratory Analysis for Fibers in Air by PCM
  • Abatement Project Monitoring