A hydroponics lab has been included in the new structure and can be seen in the greenhouse facing the Long Island Sound. This project received a "Best of 2004" award by New York Construction Magazine.
In a plan to revitalize the neighborhood and offset high construction costs, the main school building is constructed on the foundation of an abandoned water treatment plant. The design incorporates aspects of the original Art Deco building while creating new space for a unique curriculum. Working closely with the construction manager, we designed numerous alternatives to control construction costs.
|Owner: New Haven School System
||Size: 60,000 square feet (all buildings)
||Cost: Not Public|