Creative Renovation Upgrades Older School
Renovations allow school systems the cost-effective solution of continuing to use existing facilities, but with considerable improvements. In this case, changing the back of the school to the front provides an opportunity to update its appearance and make better use of space.
One of the oldest schools in the district, Loganville Elementary includes the 1975 main building, a gymnasium built in 2004, and another classroom wing from 2008. All will remain part of the campus, but the school’s orientation will flip from west to east. The new front entrance includes a security vestibule and consists of a new wing for the administrative offices and five new classrooms. New connecting hallways, sidewalks, and a courtyard increase campus continuity. Other improvements include an expanded cafeteria, a new kitchen, improved playgrounds, and an outdoor classroom. Car and bus traffic are now separated.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RENOVATIONS, MODIFICATIONS, AND ADDITIONS 100 HOMER MOON DR., LOGANVILLE, GA 30052
BUILDING AREA: 88,339 SF
SITE AREA: 23 acres
DESIGN CONTRACT AWARD: $12,125,000
FINAL COST: TBD
CONSTRUCTION DELIVERY METHOD:
CONSTRUCTION PLANNED: 20 months
FINAL CONSTRUCTION DURATION: TBD
SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION: November 2021 (est.)
WALTON CO BOE: Mr. Greg Yevick, Director of Facilities
CONTRACTOR: Grahl Construction
PRINCIPAL-IN-CHARGE: W. Valdon Smith, Jr., AIA
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Tracey Moss, AIA