This one and 2 story 58,000 square foot addition and 37,000 square foot renovation to an existing elementary school provides new classroom, media and gymnasium spaces in Augusta County, Virginia. The structure consists of metal deck on steel joists for the roof and slab on deck on joists on masonry bearing walls for the floors.
The existing campus consisted of approximately 261,000 SF of gross building area, built from 1958 to 2006. The multi-phase renovation and addition added a net square footage of approximately 80,000 SF, thereby increasing the school’s overall student capacity. This design project complied with Wake County Public School Design Standards and the current Building Code. The project included a new structural steel framed media center, a 4-story precast concrete classroom building, various other additions to the existing campus building, and the renovation and roof replacement of the cafeteria building. Design challenges included the increased student volume and vehicular parking on a restricted and significantly sloping site, as well as an expedited construction schedule while the students were relocated to Heritage High School for one year.
A 55,000 SF partial two story, structural steel framed high school building. Building includes classrooms and a gymnasium.
This one story, 17,250 square foot, private school, located in eastern Goochland County, contains educational, administrative, dining and gymnasium required for modern education. The structure consists of metal roof deck on steel joists and beams supported on load-bearing cold formed metal studs or on masonry walls at the gym areas.
A 99,500 SF 585-student elementary school building with a partial three story and partial two story classroom wing and the remainder of the building is single-story space for gymnasium, dining and administration functions. The school also includes a mechanical mezzanine above the classroom wing. School features roof gardens and daylight features and is planned for certification as a LEED platinum project. The school is on a sloping site, with story-height retaining walls to accommodate the site grades. Northside is the first LEED Platinum Elementary School in North Carolina. It is the 20th LEED Platinum public school in the country, and it is 1 of 4 LEED Platinum elementary schools in the country.
This project included over 125,000 SF of new construction and 48,000 SF of renovation. The existing auditorium received a full renovation, including an enlarged stage and a new accessibility ramp. Select classrooms also received renovations. New construction included the addition of a main entrance canopy, the front lobby, administration spaces, child nutrition classrooms, dining areas, the gymnasium, plant operations space, and a new classroom wing.
A 274,791 SF, 96 classroom, 2,000-student high school with long clear span 1800-seat gymnasium, 665-seat auditorium, media center, and cafeteria. Project included a stadium and a two 2-story concessions buildings constructed on the high school site. It was the first city building designed as a hurricane shelter with steel reinforced walls, large enough for 3,000 people.
This one and 2 story elementary school, located in Henrico County, Virginia, provides 80,000 square feet of educational space including classrooms, multimedia space, a cafeteria, and a gymnasium. The structure consists of sloped metal deck on bar joists for the roof and a concrete slab on deck on bar joists for the elevated floor. Long span joists cover the gymnasium.
Designed to be the sole High School for the city of Harrisonburg, Virginia, this 1 and 2 story, 270,000 square foot structure has helped the city meet their needs for 21st century education of 1,350 students in grades 9 through 12. In addition to the obvious educational functions of the school, it also supports after-hours access to the Gyms, Auditorium and Media Center for community use. The structure consists of metal roof deck on joists and beams, and concrete composite deck for the floors, supported on steel framing and on load bearing masonry.
This one, two, three, and four story, 290,000 square foot high school provides state of the art educational experiences for 1,500 students and the core spaces are designed for an expansion to 2,500 students. The gymnasium holds 3 basketball courts and potential bleacher seating for 2,000. In addition to the educational facilities, the high school provides auditorium, gymnasium and classroom facilities to the entire community. Large custom roof trusses span the gym and auditorium spaces and the remainder of the structure consists of metal deck on bar joists for the roofs and composite floor slabs on steel framing.
This one and 2 story elementary school, located in Henrico County, Virginia, provides 74,000 square feet of educational space including classrooms, multimedia space, a cafeteria, and a gymnasium. The structure consists of sloped metal deck on bar joists for the roof and a concrete slab on deck on bar joists for the elevated floor. Long span joists cover the gymnasium.