The scope of this project included total modernization of the existing K-12 facility, and a new 22,000 square foot competition gymnasium. There were also two new main entry additions constructed to separate the elementary and middle/high administration areas, and increased security access.
This project also included replacement of grease trap and backflow preventer, a new roof, repair of electrical panels, lighting, and power throughout the buildings, replacing PA and clock systems, replacement of some exterior doors and frames, replacement of toilet partitions and fittings, and new floor and carpet throughout the buildings of the entire K-12 school.
The scope of this phased project included a new metal roof, paint, flooring, classroom countertops and reception desk upgrades, markerboards, gym flooring, suspended acoustical panels, secured vestibule, new specially equipped classrooms, fire alarm upgrades, and HVAC upgrades.
In conjunction with the necessary safety and security upgrades, a new roof was added which updated the exterior of the building. The interiors were updated with new flooring, paint, and suspended acoustical panels. The new interior colors were chosen to add a fresh look while still complimenting the existing finishes that remained. Site work also included was a new parent pick-up loop with canopy. Other revisions were also made to create more efficient traffic flow and faster loading and unloading times.
Georgia Southwestern State University wanted to give their 1987 Education Building a facelift. The project consisted of new painting, new carpeting, and new furniture working with the existing tile floors and wood finishes. The furniture was selected to create opportunities for student collaboration, along with areas for individual study.