The campus contains a multipurpose room, gymnasium, library, administration building and 36 classrooms. The buildings occupy 86,000 SF and accommodate approximately 1,000 students. Certified LEED Gold, the project incorporates sustainable design, energy efficiency and the latest in water saving and recycling technologies. This school uses low flow toilets, specialized ceiling acoustics, recycled irrigation water, naturally filtered storm water and features excellent use of natural lighting. Solar panels were added at a later time for additional cost savings and energy efficiency. This school achieves considerable savings above the law’s budget regulations and will save the district thousands of dollars annually in energy alone.
This project was constructed in three separate phases: Phase 1 – Site work, Phase 2 – Classroom Buildings and Gymnasium/Multi-purpose Building, and Phase 3 – Administration Building, Classroom Building and Track Facility. The separate phasing sequence allowed the project team to maximize funding and minimize costs while still meeting the Client’s schedule. Roebbelen was able to expedite several buildings for early occupancy and work around the added challenge of an occupied site. Roebbelen also coordinated site and utility access while upgrading and expanding offsite existing water, sewer, and gas lines.
Creekview Ranch Middle School
Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District
Western Council of Construction Consumers – Best Public Project
Perkins & Will