John Philip Sousa Middle School

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project at a glance

The John Philip Sousa Middle School project involved a major renovation and modernization of a public school originally built in 1950. The building is a United States National Historic Landmark because of its role in school desegregation during the beginning of the Civil Rights movement.

The project called for an electrical, plumbing and mechanical infrastructure overhaul with interior finishes that included: a library, auditorium, gymnasium, administrative offices, classrooms, science labs, computer labs, locker rooms, restrooms, elevators, staircases and miscelleaneous support spaces. A commercial grade kitchen and cafeteria were also installed.

Exterior windows, brick masonry, curtain walls, and doors were replaced and site upgrades included a storm water management system, landscaping, and parking lots. The students' recess area in the rear of the building featured the replacement of an asphalt playground with sod and three basketball courts. 

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