The new ESH Greene Elementary School, renamed Cardinal Elementary School, will accommodate 1,000 students. State-of-the-art facility, designed to include school and community green space, be […]
The new ESH Greene Elementary School, renamed Cardinal Elementary School, will accommodate 1,000 students. State-of-the-art facility, designed to include school and community green space, be energy efficient and feature highly-advanced security systems.
Construction of the new two story elementary school building totaling approximately 116,497 square feet, includes: site development, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, interior build-out, and finishes. The construction consists of a combination of a steel framed structure and load-bearing exterior masonry. The superstructure is comprised of slab on grade concrete floors with elevated composite slab areas supported by a steel frame system with beams, columns, and joists. Exterior walls are primarily brick with aluminum composite metal panel systems. Exterior windows and doors are prefinished curtain wall and storefront systems. The roof is a combination of primarily standing seam metal roof with single-ply, polyvinyl-chloride (PVC) white membrane with prefinished metal copings and trim located in mechanical service areas. The interior floors are primarily terrazzo and rubber tile products with areas of carpet tile. Interior walls are painted concrete masonry unit and impact resistant gypsum drywall. Ceilings are suspended acoustical ceiling tile and wood slat materials. Teaching spaces are equipped with marker boards and tack boards. Building equipment includes, but is not necessarily limited to, kitchen equipment and systems, hydraulic elevator and media center furnishings. Mechanical system is rooftop HVAC packaged units with air distribution provided through a Variable Air Volume (“VAV”) system. Plumbing systems will include sanitary, storm, domestic hot and cold water and fire protection sprinkler piping. Electrical systems will include lighting, power and low-voltage systems for auxiliary systems (i.e. data, communications, security, etc.).