A new 126,000 square foot facility that accommodates 1,300 students from kindergarten through 12th grade on one site was completed in the summer of 2018. Grades K through 5 are separated from grades 6 through 12 with a shared core area of administration, media, and cafeteria, which reduces administration costs.
Also included on the site are two gymnasiums, two music rooms, art suites, technology and special education classrooms and three vocational education suites, including ROTC. With all of the latest technology incorporated, the new facility provides Wilcox County with a state-of-the-art school that made the most effective use of their budget.
The Dougherty County School System needed to move three academic programs from other outdated facilities, to be consolidated and more centrally located within the system. The scope of this project was to fully renovate a 61,000 square foot, 1950’s phased out Elementary school, not only to house these three programs, but put them in a 21st century classroom environment. The renovation included all new finishes, technology windows, roofing, lighting, furniture and security. The shared kitchen/cafeteria was fully renovated with new equipment. Three new Administration areas were created, one for each program, along with new parking and access drives for each.
Stewart County, GA
The scope of this project included total modernization of the existing K-5 facility, a new 22,000 square foot competition gymnasium, a new high school CTAE and classroom building, new defined separate entrances into the Elementary side and the Middle/High School side of the school with secured vestibules at each.
This project also included replacement of the grease trap, new cooler/freezer, update of electrical panels, lighting, and power throughout the buildings, new HVAC systems, modernization of toilet facilities meeting ADA requirements, and new ceilings and floor coverings throughout the buildings of the entire K-12 school.