Award Magazine | October 2017

Construction for this major modernization project started late August 2015 and had continued in phases since then while occupied by staff and students. The main priority of the modernization was to replace the existing mechanical and electrical systems as they were near the end of their life expectancy. These new systems have been designed for the next 30 to 40 years. Functionally, the design addressed serious program deficiencies affecting school operations through additions and program changes.

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