Many high school science classrooms, including those recently designed and/or renovated, are not equipped for 21st-century science. Typical problems with existing facilities include insufficient space, overcrowded classrooms, designs that limit a teacher’s ability to supervise the class, no separation of lab and lecture functions, inadequate storage, no preparation space or individual/small group project space, no faculty office space, and violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Construction Careers Center Charter School, St. Louis, MO
AGC EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, St. Louis, MO
Scope: Planning, design and construction administration of renovation of 50,000 SF elementary school building originally constructed in 1934 to house charter high school specializing in the construction industry.
A typical classroom in the old Clinton School before renovation.
Construction Careers Center Open Classroom