ART + MUSIC, CLASSROOM, COMMUNITY, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, DINING, EXTERIOR FACADE, FITNESS AND ATHLETICS, INTERIOR DESIGN, LIBRARY, MEP ENGINEERING, PLANNING, Prek-12, SECURITY, STEM
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Gloversville Enlarged School District Gloversville, NY

District-wide Additions and Renovations

As part of this district-wide master plan, nine new science labs were designed at the high school, a new gymnasium and fitness center were added, art suites were enlarged, and renovations took place in the kitchen, cafeteria, auditorium, home & career instructional spaces, special education classrooms, and BOCES classrooms. The middle school and three elementary schools undertook infrastructure improvements and renovations, and a new transportation and maintenance facility was created consolidating the district’s transportation, vehicle maintenance, and storage facilities.

The new gymnasium was strategically designed and constructed within three sides of the existing high school footprint. The nearly 16,000 SF space holds a 94’ long competition court, three 84’ long practice courts, and seats 1200 spectators.  Transparent wall panels line the perimeter of the gym and provide for a naturally day-lit space, which often provides sufficient light throughout the day.  A new lobby links the gymnasium to the classroom wings and acts as a gathering space for athletic events.

In-house services included Architecture, Construction Management and Interior Design.

Outstanding Project Award
Learning by Design 2008 Design Awards