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STEM: Elementary School areas in each grade level enhance student learning and exploration in science, technology, engineering and math.
Two-Story Atrium and a large lobby features a stone tile wall and a roof skylight that shines natural light into the space.
Converting an existing 71,00 sq. ft. facility a state-of-the-art, exciting early childhood center for 800 students. This play area has areas that encourage passive and active play with ease of supervision.
A suspended 2-lane indoor track can use used year around by all students. The areas around the track are used for studying, watching television and socializing.
The Anheuser-Busch Center was renovated into unique spaces with overhead garage doors, state-of-the-art technology and flexible furniture, breaking down academic silos.
Elementary Library/Media Center design offers fun, flexible seating, space for both group and individual learning, and performance area for storytelling.
The new spaces give students a taste of higher education, with the open, lofty spaces, to enhance learning and increase student achievement.
State-of-the-Art Amenities. The gymnasium is home to University's NAIA Division I teams. With 1,000 seats, a digital control system, premium flooring and electric bleachers.
Age Appropriate Safety & Security for our youngest learners, an age appropriate solution to their safety was paramount. Safe rooms were designed throughout the school providing refuge when an intruder is present or severe weather is eminent. These safe rooms were designed as coat rooms and shared by adjoining classrooms. Due to their daily use, students become familiar with them allowing for easy wayfinding during stressful events.
The Hall acts as a multi-purpose area for classes, intimate concerts, voice recitals, and meetings. It provides an environment prime for interaction and is acoustically designed to provide natural sound projection and tone.
The multipurpose space is wrapped with natural light. The light sources come from the energy efficient translucent panels located above and from the glass wall located across the corridor. The natural light is so abundant during the day, that the artificial lights are not necessary. The height and angle of the cafeteria ceiling is designed to reduce sound. The open space between the ceiling and the walls is also designed to reduce sound.
We partnered with a major university and healthcare system, to establish a Pediatric Dental School that reached out to kids to encourage them to visit the dentist.
New central office for the Lindbergh Schools provides a place for all administration in one building, freeing up space at the existing high school for additional classrooms
has integrated technology and social interaction by creating a a cafe-like feel with spaces for students to meet and eat both inside and outside.
71,000 sq. ft. renovation of an existing facility was converted into spaces that support such programs the Parents as Teachers, and others.