Centennial School District

Project Background

Reynolds, Stantec, and Centennial School District were teamed for an addition and renovation project to the William Tennent High School.

The project included the construction of two new classroom wings that replaced an existing open-floor plan academic building as well as major renovations throughout the remainder of the building.

In June, 2009, Centennial hired Reynolds for program and pre-construction management services for three elementary school projects.  The district consolidated six elementary schools into three.  One elementary school was renovated and two new schools were built.  This represented an additional $72 million commitment on the part of Centennial School District.

Project Specs 

Solutions: Construction
Architect: Stantec
Square Feet: 273,547 new construction & 135,757 renovations
Construction Cost: $63,400,000

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“Reynolds’ project team routinely provided problem-solving capabilities and insight into anticipated challenges. In particular, the projects’ building envelope was comprised of many unique elements. And Reynolds successfully procured and assembled the various components.”

Adam Dent, PE, Director, Commonwealth Services, Penn State University