Aledo ISD’s McAnally Middle School is a two-story educational facility that houses students in grades 6th through 8th. Located in Fort Worth, this 188,052 square foot building includes CTE classrooms, collaborative learning spaces, and a two-story media center, alongside dedicated facilities for fine arts and athletics. The academic building, fine arts building, and gymnasium are all connected to each other, each utilizing natural light.
Within the fine arts building are dedicated spaces for band, choir, dramatic arts, and dance. The gymnasium features both competition and practice gyms. The practice gym serves a dual purpose as a storm shelter spanning 10,498 square feet, accommodating up to 2,088 individuals.
The construction process encountered a significant challenge when the roofing material faced an unexpected three-month delay. This caused the drying-in phase of the building to be delayed and the interior finishes were not able to begin as scheduled. The project team worked with the trade partners, architect, and Aledo ISD to mitigate the schedule impact. Through this collaborative effort, the school was still able to open on time, showcasing S&P’s effective project management and dedication to our clients. We’re proud to have been a part of this amazing project alongside our friends at Huckabee and Aledo ISD!