The construction of a new high school and middle school is part of an educational village learning environment that will include a future elementary school.
The 592,000 square foot Cypress Park High School project includes four buildings: a large three-story academic wing, a community building for fine arts and indoor athletics, a dining facility, and a central utility plant building. New outdoor sports venues include baseball and softball fields with batting cages, soccer fields, tennis courts, football field, and track and field facilities. Supporting facilities include grandstands, press boxes and separate concessions buildings for football, track and field, soccer, baseball, softball, and tennis.
The new three-story Harold Rowe Middle School facility serves approximately 1,350 students. Among the middle school’s features are a state-of-the-art athletic competition field with a four-lane track and a collaborative open atrium incorporating learning elements and seating for large-group learning.
Satterfield & Pontikes used 3-Dimensional models and a very precise process for identifying and evaluating options and modifying the plans to ensure the projects were delivered within the school district’s budget.