Choate Construction Company completes the $7.8 million High School and Kendrick Center for Life Impact buildings at King’s Ridge Christian School, one of Georgia’s growing Pre-K through 12th grade college preparatory independent schools located in Alpharetta, Georgia.
Situated on the center of the campus, the 41,407-SF High School building is the focal point of the campus. Designed in the “craftsman” style of their existing facilities, the High School is comprised of classic materials such as cultured stone, cast stone, and brick. The innovative building features open spaces, collaborative suites for project teams, and faculty workspace easily accessed by students. Featuring more than 19 classrooms including science labs, an art room, ceramics room, and music room, the addition, which is the first of two phases, will serve around 300 students.
The 4,015-SF Kendrick Center for Life Impact offers a dedicated place for College and Personal Guidance and Christian Life Activities. This dynamic facility offers gathering space, counseling and guidance facilities, and meeting areas in a relaxed atmosphere with a fireplace, gabled roof, and heavy timber accents. There is also a large multipurpose venue for meetings, student activities, and global learning. Emerging technology is featured throughout.
“Choate has thoroughly enjoyed this project, which allowed us to truly become a team with King’s Ridge Christian School and designer Chapman Griffin Lanier Sussenbach Architects. It has been a pleasure and we are thrilled to turn over these buildings to serve the greater good of the school and the community,” says Millard Choate, President of Choate Construction Company. “As King’s Ridge continues its steady expansion we look forward to working again with a school that seeks such excellence in their facilities to better serve students, families and faculty.”