Cincinnati Public Schools Master Plan

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project at a glance

The Cincinnati Public School District is completing a ten-year Master Plan for the district's 51 schools, enhancing educational opportunities for over 30,000 students.  Thirty-five of the schools are new facilities, and the rest are a combination of additions and renovations. 

Schools completed in 2011 include:

Woodford Paideia Academy is a  76,000 square foot elementary school that serves 550 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. With green features including recycled and locally sourced materials and improved energy efficiency, the school is seeking LEED Silver certification.

Chase Elementary School is a 67,200 square foot elementary school that serves 450 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Like Woodford, Chase is seeking LEED Silver certification.

Evanston Academy is a new 66,000 square foot elementary school that serves 450 students. The school replaces, and merges, the student bodies from two neighborhood elementary schools and like Woodford and Chase is seeking LEED Silver certification

Clark Montessori is a 102,100 square foot school that serves 600 students from seventh through twelfth grade.  Built in only 54 weeks, the three-story building is seeking LEED Silver certification.  Clark Montessori, which graduated its first class in 2001, is the first public Montessori high school in the nation

The Cincinnati Public School District projects relied on Turner Logistics to help determine what materials could be standardized and purchased in bulk for the school district. MEP infrastructure, lighting, fixtures and furniture were some of the materials included. The project team created an opportunity for the client to pursue and partner with minority/woman owned business enterprises (M/WBEs).

 

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