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DANIELS MIDDLE SCHOOL ADDITIONS + RENOVATIONS

RALEIGH, NC • 167,000 SF • $17.5M

 

This complex project unified Daniels Middle School and Sherwood Bates Elementary School -- both built in the 1950's in central Raleigh -- into one cohesive Middle School Building. The resulting multi-phased project added a central connector to unite the two previously disparate school campuses, and allowed the operation of the facilities during construction.

 

David Bradford, AIA, LEED AP, Principal-in-Charge, Architect of Record

Walter Sawyer, AIA, NCARB, Project Manager

Paul Fox, Interior Designer

Firm of Record: Cline Design

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E.C. BROOKS  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADDITIONS + RENOVATIONS

RALEIGH, NC • 20,000 SF

 

Design for a new sweeping classroom building for general, art and exceptional children’s classrooms created an outdoor courtyard used for teaching purposes.  Renovations included upgrades to the media center, administration, cafeteria / kitchen and a new computer classroom. Site improvements included 34 new parking spaces, improved pedestrian access and extension of the bus loop.

 

David Bradford, AIA, LEED AP, Studio Manager, Principal-in-Charge

Firm of Record: Cline Design

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YORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADDITIONS + RENOVATIONS

RALEIGH, NC • 45,000 SF

 

This project included the renovation of the Media Center, Cafeteria, Kitchen and assorted support and office spaces within the main building.  A new Classroom and Media Center building as well as extensive site work was also in the project including a new traffic circulation pattern for buses and vehicles.

 

David Bradford, AIA, LEED AP, Principal Designer, Project Manager

Firm of Record: George Smart

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NORTH GARNER MIDDLE SCHOOL ADDITIONS + RENOVATIONS

GARNER, NC • 13,000 SF

 

This project included a 10,000 SF media center addition which contains 5,000 SF of library, studio, computer classroom, and teacher work areas. Clerestory windows were used in the library to allow indirect light to filter into this area throughout the day.  The existing media center area (3,000 SF) was renovated for counseling offices.

 

David Bradford, AIA, LEED AP, Studio Manager, Principal Designer

Walter Sawyer, AIA, NCARB, Project Manager

Firm of Record: Dewberry

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