McFall Hall | Collegiate School

This project was completed in three phases, including portions while the school was occupied. The main purpose of this $4 million renovation was to increase capacity and improve operations. It included 9,000 SF in renovations and a 4,500-SF addition to the dining space. The existing kitchen was entirely gutted and reconfigured. The spaces received upgraded finishes and reconfigured spaces to maximize seating and flexibility.

Centennial Hall | Collegiate School

This light-filled dining and multi-use space for K-5 students connects to two lower-school classroom buildings. Abundant windows allow both visibility into the dining space as well as views to the green commons.

A 4,000-SF commercial kitchen with serving and support space is concealed from view.

Traditional materials of brick, stone, and glass match the adjacent classrooms, but are assembled in a more contemporary design.

E3 School

Organized around a central interior “street,” the 12,000-SF new E3 School (Elevate Early Education) was based on the idea of community. The street is defined by small, playful buildings that project and recede into the two-story, light-filled space. Classroom “homes” are found on either side of the street corridor. The nine open-plan, flexible classrooms have high ceilings, large windows, and movable furnishing. Classrooms have private bathrooms accessible from within each space.

The 2015 one-story building was designed with sustainable building elements including super-insulated walls and roofs, insulated and solar-shaded glass, energy-efficient mechanical and electrical systems, and low-maintenance materials. The school was completed, with all owner changes and additions, just under the original $3 million budget.

Winner of a 2015 HRACRE Excellence in Developmental Design Award – Best Educational Building Award of Merit.