Kindergarden through Eight Grade
Students grow quickly as they progress from pre-school through 8th grade. As they mature their needs change and so do the requirements of the buildings. You deserve a knowledgeable builder who is experienced in the requirements of each grade level - both the legal "building code" requirements and the "best practices" of education building design and construction.
Classrooms– Buildings can be stand alone or part of/attached to other buildings such as performing arts, multipurpose or administration. Spaces can have hard walls or operable partition walls to allow for flexibility. These buildings are typically used at least five days a week for multiple classes daily and are designed and constructed to institutional specifications. Classroom functions and related amenities (size, millwork, attached restrooms with smaller fixtures, etc.) are age appropriate.
Multipurpose – Multipurpose buildings will serve multiple functions based on the dedicated spaces included (or not) on a campus. An example may be that Elementary schools may include a multipurpose space such as gyma/cafa/torium (gym, cafeteria and auditorium building).
Administration – Administration is typically part of another building such as performing arts, multipurpose, athletics and/or classrooms. This space many times serves as the central core or main entry to the school to provide supervision and safety for students as they arrive and leave.
Athletic Facilities/Fields– Facilities/Fields range from simple multipurpose buildings and grass areas to more dedicated facilities such as football stadiums, basketball/volleyball gymnasiums and lighted ball fields with bleachers, backstops, dugouts, warning tracks and outfield fences.