The new K-8 Elementary/Middle School consist of 194,086 SF which was constructed on 62 plus acres of farmland on North Ohio Street (County Road 121). The new facility provides academic space for 1,180 K-5 students and accommodations for 565 students in grades 6-8. The new facility offers new classrooms with the latest technology, science labs and flexible learning spaces to enhance the instructional environment. The project was designed to a minimum of LEED Silver level with a focus on energy conservation to improve operating efficiency and maximize the benefits of 'green' technologies.
This project was completed on schedule and on budget.
Lorain County JVS located in Oberlin, Ohio engaged Shook Touchstone for their fast-track 2017 summer renovation project. This was the second consecutive summer renovation project Shook Touchstone has engaged with Lorain County JVS. The $3,500,000 project scope includes the relocation of the Allied Health Science Program and expansion / modification to the Early Childhood Education Program within the existing vocational school facility. 50,000 square feet was renovated for this project.
This project was completed on time and in budget for the Owner. As planned, students occupied the renovated facilities at the start of the 2017-2018 school year.
North Central Local School District located in Pioneer, Ohio began construction on a new Middle/High School facility during the summer of 2015. The new 33,383 square foot facility houses grades 7-12 and provides North Central students with the newest in educational facilities. Working with Shook Touchstone as the architect of record for this building project was Garmann/Miller Architects & Engineers located in Minister, Ohio.
With the completion of the North Central building project, Garmann Miller and Shook Touchstone have partnered on twelve PK-12 educational buidling projects throughout Ohio.
This project was completed on schedule and under budget.
Apollo Career Center's new $52.8 million renovation and addition project is co-funded by the Ohio Facilities Construction (OFCC) and the District. The project includes the renovation and reprogramming of the existing Apollo Career Center (including Adult Education and Construction Equipment Office Building) and new additions. The renovated area consist of 117,583 SF of academic and career technical space and the new addition to the building will include 45,823 SF for academic and career technical spaces. Renovation of the existing administration building which includes 12,694 SF and reprogram the existing 38,552 SF adult education building; and renovate and reprogram the existing 22,350 SF auto building will be completed. The facility was occupied by staff and students throughout the construction period. Swing space for students and staff was coordinated in order to maintain education and all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems. The project was designed to meet LEED Silver Certification.
This 7-phase new addition/renovation project was completed on schedule and under budget.