providing innovative design ideas to help our clients achieve their strategic goals

Marion County Middle/High School

Buena Vista, GA

This new one story high school with 146,000 square feet was completed Summer of 2012. It utilizes daylight harvesting in all major spaces such as the media center, cafeteria, gymnasium and main entry. This design feature will aid in conservation of energy and aid in cutting operating costs.

The school includes core classrooms as well as science, art, music, special education, and technical and career education. The major spaces are a cafeteria, kitchen, media center, administration wing and gymnasium. The project also included all athletic fields.

North Mitchell County Elementary School

Camilla, GA

This new 74,000 square foot building opened in 2010. It is a one-story elementary school for 580 students. The forward-thinking design utilizes daylight harvesting to enable the school to conserve energy and help improve quality of interior environment.

The space requirements include a physical education facility, media center, kitchen/cafeteria, administration area, art and music suites, computer and special education classrooms, and pre-K classrooms. New, modern furnishings were specified to enhance the overall environment and provide adaptability within the classrooms. Photography was used as a method of way-finding tool throughout the school.

Brooks County High School

Quitman, GA

This new high school opened in the spring of 2009. It is a uniquely designed building which provides a modern learning environment within each instructional unit. The building shape follows the contours of the site to minimize grading, and is strategically placed to take advantage of northern light. 

The school is also used for community functions and was designed with that in mind. With a large spectator gymnasium, a large entry and cafeteria adjacent for use as an atrium and meeting hall, the school is a valuable asset to the community.

Education

Academic facilities present the architect with a unique challenge. 

Structures built for education must be extremely flexible due to the multiplicity of uses they require and the ever-changing nature of the profession. 

While they must be adaptable to changing technology, they must be inviting, accommodating and conducive to learning. In addition, they must be durable and designed for a long life span.

And almost always, these goals must be met on a limited budget. SRJ’s decades of experience in this challenging field enable us to deliver our clients exceptional facilities that fulfill their goals ... within their budget.