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21 Oct Plainview Elementary School

2021 The project consists of a new Elementary School in Christiana, Tennessee for the Rutherford County Board of Education (RCBOE). The school is a one-story, approximately 128,300-square foot facility. The structure consists of loadbearing CMU walls supporting gabled cold-formed, light gage steel roof trusses. Several wings of the facility are designed for future horizontal expansion....

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29 Aug Toliver Elementary School

2017 The project added a new classroom wing that students were able to move in to Spring 2017 following 14 months of construction. The new additions include a classroom wing, media center, cafeteria and kitchen, a multi-purpose room with a stage, and new administrative offices. A new, two-story common space filled with light bridges the interior and exterior of the building and visually connects to the new playground area. The next phase of construction completed in...

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16 Oct Tusculum Elementary School

2016 A new replacement elementary school on the back of the existing school property. The new school is an 800-student school for Pre-K through 4th grades, of approximately 90,000 square feet. The Library/Media Center is 4,190 sf. The kitchen area provides three meals and a snack daily, as nearly all of the students are considered needy. The existing school was demolished, except for the Gym/PE building. The new school is adjacent to the remaining Gym/PE building,...

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02 Feb Battle Ground Academy Middle School

2002 A new middle school with 52,460 total square feet in four new, one-story buildings similar in construction to the existing one-story buildings on the campus. Includes a 21,700-square foot Academic Building, a 17,180-square foot Athletic/Gymnasium Building, a 10,200-square foot Administration/Library Building, and a 1,280-square foot Cafeteria/Auditorium Building Addition for the adjacent BGA high school....

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02 Feb East Harrison (D’iberville) and West Harrison Prototype High Schools/FEMA 361 Hurricane Shelters

2009 Two of the first buildings constructed following Hurricane Katrina using new FEMA 361 guidelines as tornado and hurricane community shelters. The two prototype high schools constructed in Harrison County serve the dual role as the state's first FEMA and MEMA approved public emergency management shelters. The schools will be able to withstand 200 mph winds; meet FEMA elevation requirements; have their own emergency generators, water towers and wells; and have waste water plants with enough...

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02 Feb George Rogers Clark High School

2012 A new 245,000-square foot high school with a capacity of 1,900 students in a structure ranging from 1 to 3 stories tall. The school features flexible classrooms that can be organized by department, grade level, or career path. After comparing several structural schemes, the structural system chosen consists of loadbearing CMU walls supporting steel-framed floors and roof, except a core area of each classroom pod is steel-framed to facilitate mechanical ductwork. Typically, the classroom areas...

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