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Pompano Beach High

Pompano Beach, FL

Pompano Beach High School is located on a 40-acre campus which is shared with an existing elementary school, a district regional office and a City of Pompano Beach early childcare center. The master plan for the campus involved shared drop-offs and storm water mitigation areas, which resulted in substantial cost savings.  The master planning of the campus also involved working closely with the City of Pompano Beach to close a residential street, which the school now bridges.  This innovative concept afforded the opportunity to build the replacement school while the existing school remained operational and created a safer campus environment for students. This project involves a state-of-the-art technology magnet program plus a major phased replacement of classrooms, media and food service components while remodeling and renovating the remaining existing buildings. This work is phased with the existing campus remaining in operation during construction. The project includes over 140,000 SF of new construction, 70,000 SF of remodeling and 80,000 SF of renovation work. The high school was bid below estimate and the new and existing buildings are integrated to compose a seamless campus, which is easy to supervise and operate. 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY (C) STEVEN BROOKE STUDIOS

Pompano Beach High School is located on a 40-acre campus which is shared with an existing elementary school, a district regional office and a City of Pompano Beach early childcare center. The master plan for the campus involved shared drop-offs and storm water mitigation areas, which resulted in substantial cost savings.  The master planning of the campus also involved working closely with the City of Pompano Beach to close a residential street, which the school now bridges.  This innovative concept afforded the opportunity to build the replacement school while the existing school remained operational and created a safer campus environment for students. This project involves a state-of-the-art technology magnet program plus a major phased replacement of classrooms, media and food service components while remodeling and renovating the remaining existing buildings. This work is phased with the existing campus remaining in operation during construction. The project includes over 140,000 SF of new construction, 70,000 SF of remodeling and 80,000 SF of renovation work. The high school was bid below estimate and the new and existing buildings are integrated to compose a seamless campus, which is easy to supervise and operate. 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY (C) STEVEN BROOKE STUDIOS