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EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOM BUILDING

24,000 SF

Episcopal High School is a superior college-prep school located in Jacksonville, Florida.  The $3,000,000 project consisted of designing a new, state-of-the-art, six classroom academic building.  The building was designed as a mirror image with a covered walkway.  The structural design of the 23,000 sq. ft, 2-story classroom facility consisted of a combination of load bearing, Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) walls, and concrete masonry walls with pre-cast hollow core planks for the second-floor framing. The design also included, steel bar joist and metal deck, and pre-engineered wood roof trusses supported by steel framing a shallow foundation system.

This project won the 2013 Addison Mizner Medal for Excellence in Classical & Traditional Architecture presented by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art – Florida in the Institutional category.

Construction Costs $6M

TWO-STORY EDUCATIONAL FACILITY
NEW CONSTRUCTION