Armstrong School District

Project Background

Armstrong School District hired Reynolds to perform pre-construction and construction phase management services for its new junior/senior high school project.  Reynolds and the architect, L. Robert Kimball, completed a district-wide feasibility study.  The study addressed possible consolidation of facilities and the construction of the new school. As part of that study Reynolds evaluated the energy efficiency of the various options presented so that the board could make an educated decision.

The final project consists of a new 270,658-square-foot, three-story building capable of accommodating up to 1,750 students. Included in the building are a 1,200-seat main gymnasium and a 1,000-seat auditorium along with a separate 300-seat auxiliary gym. Separate cafeterias will be provided for junior high and senior high students.

Upon completion of the school the district also tasked Reynolds with developing an energy baseline for the new school so that they could budget appropriately.

Project Specs 

Solutions: Construction
Architect: L. Robert Kimball
Square Feet: 270,658
Construction Cost: $47,300,000

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