The addition to the existing campus consists of a two-story precast building with exposed precast walls and stained concrete floors. To expand the offerings of the existing charter school, this new space houses classrooms, learning laboratories, and administration offices. The interior renovation aspect of this project includes transforming the existing building into a cafeteria with a full-service kitchen and multi-purpose room.
Built in the late 1990s, Sugar Creek is the oldest operating charter school in Mecklenberg County. Due to its age, there were no structural drawings available for the existing building. Together with the structural engineer, the on-site superintendent field-measured the existing facility and crafted a plan to add steel to support the building’s new kitchen equipment. Additionally, the sanitary sewer system needed to be completely redesigned to facilitate the cafeteria’s operations.
Due to thorough, early planning and close collaboration between the project team and trade partners, these obstacles had no impact on the project schedule and both the building addition and interior renovation were delivered on time.
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