The Bristol Township School District hired Reynolds to provide construction management for the construction of three new elementary schools: Brookwood, Mill Creek, and Keystone.
The District explored options for their aging elementary school buildings. Nearly all of their elementary schools were built in the 1950s with the development of Levittown. The District had been patching and repairing these properties to maintain security, protect students and teachers from the elements, and provide progressive educational opportunities and technology.
The goal was to consolidate nine elementary schools into three new 140,000-square-foot elementary schools, which would hold up to 1,300 students each, and each would be practically identical. The two-story structures house grades K-5. Students in K-2 are housed in one wing of the building, while those in grades 3-5 are housed in another wing. A centralized area holds each school’s gymnasium and cafeteria.
Solutions: Construction Management
Architect: SchraderGroup Architecture, LLC
Square Feet: 140,455 new construction
Construction Cost: $103 million