Jacob Coy Middle School & Trebein Elementary School

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Project Name

Jacob Coy Middle School & Trebein Elementary School

Location

Beavercreek, OH

Project Description

The Quandel/Danis team was selected as Construction Managers for the construction of a new 256,000 SF elementary and middle school. The new elementary/middle school project broke ground in May 2011 and includes separate academic wings, dining rooms, gymnasiums, media centers and administrative offices for each school with a shared kitchen, technology infrastructure and mechanical systems. The new building is anticipated to be the largest K-8 facility in the state of Ohio when it is completed in September 2013.

Sustainable building features include a geothermal HVAC system, insulated concrete form walls, triple-glazed windows, daylight harvesting techniques and occupancy sensors in the rooms.

The Quandel/Danis team was able to help Beavercreek City Schools finish the project on time and more than $2 million under budget through careful fiscal management, tight building specifications and a good bidding climate.

Square Footage

256,000 SF

Facility Type

K-12 Facility

Owner’s Name

Beavercreek City Schools

Architect

SHP Leading Design