Project Budget: $33,000,000
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4/12 New Update: Hybrid Learning Plan, Phase III Rollout Update HERE. Phase III Schools HERE.
View school Air Balance Reports HERE. P-EBT Card update HERE.
DEADLINE Tuesday April 13 for students in grades 3-5 and students with complex needs in grades 6-8 opting in to hybrid learning. Check emails, and learn more HERE.
NEW: Summer 2021 Academic Programming Announced! Learn more HERE.
NEW: COVID-19 Dashboard provides the latest information on confirmed positive cases in our schools. View HERE.
To view a school Air Balance Report, please click here, and find the school’s tab at the bottom of the spreadsheet.
A design charrette is an intensive planning session where citizens, designers and others collaborate on a vision for development. It provides a forum for ideas and offers the unique advantage of giving immediate feedback to the designers. More importantly, it allows everyone who participates to be a mutual author of the plan. Charrettes are organized to encourage the participation of all. Ultimately, the purpose of the charrette is to give all the participants enough information to make good decisions during the planning process.
Structural: Macintosh Engineering
Civil: K.S. Engineers, P.C.
Mechanical/Plumbing/Low voltage: Snyder Hoffman Associates, Inc.
Estimating: ICI, Inc.
Food Service: Taff S. Nash
Architects: Blackney Hayes
Electrical: DGW Electrical Engineering
Geotech: Earth Engineering
Landscape Architecture: Simone Collins Landscape Architecture
Acoustician: Metropolitan Acoustics, LLC
At Blackney Hayes Architects, we believe that educational buildings must stimulate and engage the students and be reflective of the school’s unique mission and culture. They must facilitate teaching, administration, security and maintenance and be adaptable for changes in teaching methodologies. We approach every project with this understanding in mind. Blackney Hayes Architects has worked for a variety of public, charter and independent K-12 schools and institutions of higher learning whose needs have included facility assessments, master planning and feasibility analysis, programming, space planning and interior design, and a full range of architectural design, documentation and construction phase services. Whether designing a school or creating new program space in under-utilized or obsolete facilities, retrofitting existing facilities with the latest systems technology or dealing with deferred maintenance issues, BHA seeks to find flexible design solutions that both respond to immediate problems and lay the foundations to accommodate future growth, technological advances and program change.
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There are no environmental testing results at this time.