The New Fairfield Permanent Building Committee plans to narrow the list of qualified construction management service firms at its meeting Tuesday for the two school construction projects. During their meeting last month, School Business and Operations Director, Rich Sanzo said they are still working toward a possible agreement with a land owner nearby. Former New Fairfield first selectman Patricia Gay previously said the high school project would surround three sides of her 2-acre Gillotti Road property and is concerned about the value decreasing. The town could buy the lot. Residents approved the $84.2 million high school and $29.2 million early learning academy projects in October. The high school project includes field replacements, locker room renovations and ADA compliance work. The academy project involves modifications to the Meeting House Hill School, replacement of the bus lot and demolition of the existing Consolidated Elementary School.