Variations on a Theme
Adapting an existing design that achieves the many goals of a school complex to new locations ensures design excellence while reducing both time and cost.
The new Rocky Creek Elementary School and athletic facilities were a planned complex construction with a free-standing High School and Middle School on a 166 acre site (516,513 SF building total). This complex is the sixth site adaptation for Henry County Schools. Using site adaptions provides a variety of benefits, such as an idea of construction costs of the final building, and reduced County Building Department review time.
803 HAMPTON-LOCUST GROVE ROAD,
HAMPTON, GEORGIA, 30228
NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AREA: 99,073 SF
DESIGN CONTRACT AWARD: $13,171,000
FINAL COST: $13,067,715
CONSTRUCTION DELIVERY METHOD:
FINAL DURATION: 17 months
SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION: April 14, 2009
HENRY COUNTY SCHOOLS:
Mr. J. Allen Guimarin, Director of Facilities, 770-957-1891
CONTRACTOR: Nix-Fowler Constructors, Inc.
PRINCIPAL-IN-CHARGE: B. Dick Spangler III, AIA
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Jan Selz, AIA