Dorman High
McCarthy-Teszler School
Brynes Fine Arts
Byrnes Athletics
Beech Springs Elem.
Carver Junior High
DR Hill Middle
Fairforest Elementry
Florence Chapel Jr. High
Barry Shoals Elem.
Lyman Elementry
Mary Wright Elementry
Pine Street Elementry
River Ridge Elem.
Spartanburg Day School

K-12 Schools:

In the construction of public academic institutional buildings, the firm can boast of successful projects in over 17 different school districts, providing environmental comfort for over 2000+ academic classrooms, serving 45,000+ students.

  1. Spartanburg High School:  a new 431,000 sq. ft. high school including performing arts center for Spartanburg School District #7 (Green Globes Certification pending). Campus also includes an athletics complex and a football stadium.  (under construction)
  2. Fairforest Middle School:  a new 230,000 sq. ft. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academy for Spartanburg School District #6.  (under construction)
  3. Cherokee Technology Center:  a new 83,000 sq. ft. vocational center for Cherokee County Schools. (2018)
  4. Drayton Mills Elementary School:  A new 125,000 sq. ft. elementary school for Spartanburg School District #7, Green Globes Certification pending. (2018)
  5. BD Lee Elementary School: A new 92,000 sq. ft. elementary school for Cherokee County Schools. (2018)
  6. Pine Street Elementary School:  HVAC renovation of an existing 132,000 sq. ft. elementary school for Spartanburg School District #7.  This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Work is being performed during summer vacations in three phases, begining 2016. 
  7. Walhalla High School: A new 260,000 sq. ft. high school and athletic complex. (2015)
  8. Lexington  District 5 Campus: A new campus with a 260,000 sq. ft. high school, and an adjacent state of the art 107,000 sq. ft. career and technology center.  (2013)
  9. Dorman High Addition:  A new 160,000 sq. ft. twelfth grade wing, including a 1500 seat performing arts theatre/auditorium.  This wing was an addition to the original campus designed in 1999, for a total occupied area of 730,000 sq. ft.  (2013)
  10. Monarch Elementary School: new 108,000 sq. ft. public school,  Greenville, SC,  LEED certified (2012).
  11. Ninety Six High School: new 185,000 sq. ft. combined middle and high school facility, Ninety Six, S.C. (2011).
  12. Spartanburg Day School: new 25,000 sq. ft. high school building, total HVAC renovation for the original 62,000 sq. ft. building, and a new athletic complex with gymnasium (2010). (LEED certified)
  13. Blue Ridge Elementary School: Seneca, S.C., new 90,000 sq. ft. school for Oconee County School District. (2009)
  14. Northside Elementary Schools: Seneca S.C., 50,000 sq. ft. renovation and 60,000 sq. ft. new construction for Oconee County School District. (2009)
  15. West Oak Middle School: Westminster, S.C., a new 140,000 sq. ft. middle school for Oconee County School District (2007)
  16. West Market School: Anderson, S.C., new 40,000 sq. ft. special needs school and child care facility for Anderson, School District #5. (2008)
  17. Byrnes Fine Arts Complex: Duncan, S.C., new 45,000 sq. ft. performing theater and music complex for Spartanburg School District #5. (2009).
  18. Lyman and Abner Creek Elementary Schools: Two 92,000 sq. ft. schools constructed from one pilot floor plan and a second mirror image copy, for Spartanburg School District #5. Both schools utilize geothermal water source heat pumps for the HVAC concepts. (2008)
  19. Chapman and Landrum High Schools: Spartanburg School District #1, Spartanburg, S.C., two new campuses, includes athletic complexes, 400,000 sq. ft. (2006)
  20. Dorman High School Campus: new District 6 High School, campus incorporated 570,000 sq. ft. and $70 million of construction for a high school, Ninth Grade School, District Administration Building, and Athletic Complex. Spartanburg, S.C. (2002)
  21. Fairforest Elementary School: new 120,000 sq. ft. elementary school for Spartanburg District #6. (2008)
  22. D.R. Hill School: new 140,000 sq. ft. school for Spartanburg District #5, geothermal HVAC system. (2007)
  23. Florence Chapel Middle School: new 140,000 sq. ft. school for Spartanburg District #5, geothermal HVAC system. (2004)
  24. Greenville County School District: (1997 to 2007), a comprehensive district wide building program and bond referendum, projects include:
    • Sterling School – 130,000 sq. ft. (2007)
    • Kerns Elementary – 96,000 sq. ft. (2006)
    • Cherrydale Elementary – 90,000 sq. ft. (2003)
    • Sevier Middle – 108,000 sq. ft. (2004)
    • East Gantt Elementary – 96,000 sq. ft. (2001)
    • Mountain View Elementary – 96,000 sq. ft. (2001)
    • Simpsonville Elementary – 96,000 sq. ft. (2001)
    • Chandler Creek Elementary – 110,000 sq. ft. (1998)
    • Skyland Elementary – 83,000 sq. ft. (1997)
  25. Spartanburg School District #7: (1998 & 1999), a district wide building program based on a $60 million bond referendum, projects included:
    • Carver Junior High School – 133,000 sq. ft. (new building)
    • Mary Wright Elementary School – 73,000 sq. ft. (new building)
    • E.P. Todd Elementary School – 114,000 sq. ft. (new building)
    • Whitlock Jr. High School – a 25,000 sq. ft. addition to a 113,000 sq. ft. building. The HVAC system in the original building was totally renovated.
    • McCracken Junior High School – a 27,000 sq. ft. addition to a 113,000 sq. ft. building. The HVAC system in the original building was totally renovated.
    • Spartanburg High School – air-conditioned an existing 2200 seat gymnasium/auditorium and renovated the science wing fume exhaust systems
    • Park Hills, Houston, and Jesse Boyd Elem. School – renovations and addition
  26. Newberry Elementary School: complete mechanical renovation and architectural restoration of a historic 1927 school, 80,000 sq. ft., Newberry School District. (2002)
  27. Harriett Circle & Dobbins Bridge Schools: two new 130,000 sq. ft. elementary schools, both schools utilized geothermal HVAC systems. (schools are identical) Anderson Five School District. (2002)
  28. McCarthy-Teszler School: new 92,000 sq. ft. consolidated school for handicapped for all Spartanburg School Districts, Spartanburg, S.C. (2001)
  29. Anderson School District No. 3: district wide total replacement of HVAC systems for (3) existing schools, Crescent High, Starr-Iva Middle, and Starr Elementary, 220,000 sq. ft. total. (2001)
  30. Berry Shoals School: new 115,000 sq. ft. intermediate school, geothermal HVAC system, Spartanburg School District #5. (2000)
  31. Clemson Elementary School: new 115,000 sq. ft. school utilizing a geothermal HVAC system, Pickens County School District. (2000)
  32. Kershaw County School: HVAC renovations and additions to Midway and Blaney Elementary Schools. (2008)
  33. Greer Middle School Renovation, 110,000 sq. ft. total renovation and addition to convert to elementary school, for Greenville County School District, Greer, S.C. (1998)
  34. Cleveland Elementary School, 90,000 sq. ft. new building for Spartanburg District #7, Spartanburg, S.C. (1997)
  35. Pine Street Elementary School, 60,000 sq. ft. addition to and renovation of a 1928 vintage elementary school, for Spartanburg, District #7, Spartanburg, S.C. (1997)
  36. Campobello-Gramling School, new kitchen, cafeteria, and classroom wing addition to the existing school, Spartanburg District #1, Campobello, S.C. (1997)
  37. Anderson Mill Elementary School, new 115,000 sq. ft. facility featuring a ground coupled geothermal heat pump HVAC system, for Spartanburg District #6, Spartanburg, S.C. (1996). This school was featured as a “Showcase” facility for energy efficiency by the South Carolina Energy Office.
  38. River Ridge Elementary School, 90,000 sq. ft. new building for Spartanburg District #5, Reidville, S.C. (1996)
  39. Byrnes High School, new 3000 seat gymnasium, locker facility, and academic wing addition to the existing campus, for Spartanburg District #5. Duncan, S.C. (1996)
  40. Wellford Elementary School, 60,000 sq. ft. addition to an existing facility, for Spartanburg District #5, Wellford, S.C. (1996)
  41. Reidville Elementary School, 40,000 sq. ft. addition to and renovation of an existing facility, for Spartanburg District #5, Reidville, S.C. (1996)
  42. Spartanburg High School, a new 32,000 sq. ft. music wing addition to the existing campus for Spartanburg District #7, Spartanburg, S.C. (1996)
  43. Beech Springs Intermediate School, Spartanburg School District #5, new 100,000 sq. ft. facility, Duncan, South Carolina. (1995)
  44. Dawkins Middle School, Spartanburg School District #6, new 60,000 sq. ft. building and renovation of existing 60,000 sq. ft., Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1994)
  45. Woodland Heights Elementary School, Spartanburg School District #6, total HVAC renovation and addition, Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1994)
  46. Byrnes High School, Spartanburg School District #5, 65,000 sq. ft. addition and associated renovations, Duncan, South Carolina. (1993)
  47. Westview Elementary School, Spartanburg School District #6, 60,000 sq. ft. addition, Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1993)
  48. Roebuck Elementary School, Spartanburg District #6, new elementary school, 100,000 sq. ft., Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1992)
  49. Chapman High School, campus central heating plant renovation for Spartanburg District #1, Inman, S.C. (1991)
  50. Pauline-Glenn Springs School, Spartanburg School District #6, new elementary school, Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1990)
  51. Anderson School District #5, total HVAC & plumbing renovations for four (4) elementary schools: Concord, Centerville, South Fant, Homeland Park; also, a new heating/cooling central plant for Lakeside Jr. High School, Anderson, South Carolina. (1989 & 1990)
  52. Seneca High School, Oconee School District, new building, 180,000 sq. ft., Seneca, South Carolina. (1989)
  53. Woodruff High School, Spartanburg District #4, new building, 100,000 sq. ft., Woodruff, South Carolina. (1989)
  54. Spartanburg School District #7, new HVAC systems for four (4) existing elementary schools: Pine Street, Cleveland, Houston, and Madden, Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1987)
  55. Spartanburg School District #1, new HVAC systems for three (3) existing elementary schools: O.P. Earle, Holly Springs, Inman Elementary. (1986)
  56. Carver Junior High School, Spartanburg District #7, new HVAC system, Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1985)
  57. Loan Oak Elementary School, Spartanburg District #6, new building, Spartanburg, South Carolina. (1985)
  58. Spartanburg School District #7, classroom wing and library additions to Z.L. Madden, Houston, and Cleveland Elementary Schools. (1982)
  59. Saluda High School, library and classroom wing addition, Saluda, South Carolina. (1981)

 

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