The scope of this project was a new 2-story addition to an existing elementary school for a special-needs alternative school.
This addition included an automatic sprinkler system, LED lighting, an elevator, and the latest technology. We assisted the Owner in selecting the classroom furniture, Sensory Lab equipment, and Administration furniture. A secondary drop-off/pick up area was created and additional playgrounds installed.
The scope of this project included total modernization of the original 1967 building. This school is a First and Second Grade facility. This included a new brick facade with additional insulation and a new covered bus and car entrance with a secured vestibule. The roof and metal mansard panels were replaced. Roof insulation was increased, meeting the current Energy Code. Windows were replaced with new insulated windows.
This project also included the addition of an automatic sprinkler system, updates of electrical, lighting, and power throughout the buildings, new HVAC systems for all classrooms, modernization of toilet facilities meeting ADA requirements, and new ceilings and floor coverings throughout the building. ADA improvements were also made to drinking fountains and ramps. Additional ADA ramps were added to the exterior of the building. Classrooms were reconfigured to meet the current DOE requirements. Emergency exits were added to each classroom pod, along with “lockdown doors” at the pod entrance. Thin panel walls were replaced with concrete masonry walls. Millwork was replaced throughout the school.
The Administration Area was also reconfigured and updated to maximize the square footage available for needed uses. New Administration and Media Center furniture was also included.
The scope of this project included total Modernization of the original 1952, 1968, and 1971 buildings and Renovations and Modernization of the 1987, 1988, and 1998 buildings. This school is a Pre-K through 5th grade facility. The Modernized building walls were demoed back to the original concrete structure and new insulated walls with brick veneer with new insulated windows were built.
A new drop-off canopy was installed with a secured vestibule and an addition for the Administration Area. The Media Center was relocated to a central location, more easily accessed by students, and the circulation paths were enlarged between wings for better visibility. New roofs and wall panels were installed with increased insulation.
This project also included updates of electrical, lighting, and power, new HVAC systems, modernization of toilet facilities meeting ADA requirements, and new ceilings and floor coverings throughout the building. ADA improvements were also made to drinking fountains. Millwork was replaced throughout the school. Decorative fencing, with egress gates, was added between buildings to create a more secure campus for students moving between buildings.