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Dr. Phillips Elementary

Orlando, FL

Zyscovich Education Group is providing programming and educational specifications, master planning, and traditional A/E services for this phased addition and renovation to Dr. Phillips Elementary School. The site, a 12.33-acre parcel located on the corner of Dr. Phillips Blvd. and Wallace Rd., will be master planned and phased to maintain school operation while additions are built and while renovations are completed.  Site access and on-site traffic will be reconfigured to provide up to 875 LF of bus queuing, and parent drop off lanes will be modified to provide up to 2,400 LF of car queuing on the compact site without affecting open/play areas and maintaining safe pedestrian access to the site.  

The project will ultimately include over 50,000 SF of additions and 45,000 SF of renovations to the elementary school, relocation of the playfields, and removal of all existing portables. This project also comprises adaptation of OCPS’ prototype elementary school standards to include state-of-the-art technology in classrooms, media center, and cafetorium/kitchen. 

This 775-student station comprehensive project is the first of several projects in which the district will updating an out of date prototype design. The existing building will house classrooms, music and art rooms, and the cafetorium/kitchen, while the new addition will house classrooms, administrative offices, and the media center.

Zyscovich Education Group is providing programming and educational specifications, master planning, and traditional A/E services for this phased addition and renovation to Dr. Phillips Elementary School. The site, a 12.33-acre parcel located on the corner of Dr. Phillips Blvd. and Wallace Rd., will be master planned and phased to maintain school operation while additions are built and while renovations are completed.  Site access and on-site traffic will be reconfigured to provide up to 875 LF of bus queuing, and parent drop off lanes will be modified to provide up to 2,400 LF of car queuing on the compact site without affecting open/play areas and maintaining safe pedestrian access to the site.  

The project will ultimately include over 50,000 SF of additions and 45,000 SF of renovations to the elementary school, relocation of the playfields, and removal of all existing portables. This project also comprises adaptation of OCPS’ prototype elementary school standards to include state-of-the-art technology in classrooms, media center, and cafetorium/kitchen. 

This 775-student station comprehensive project is the first of several projects in which the district will updating an out of date prototype design. The existing building will house classrooms, music and art rooms, and the cafetorium/kitchen, while the new addition will house classrooms, administrative offices, and the media center.