Greendale Elementary School Improvements
We partnered with the Greendale School District to upgrade three elementary schools, including sustainable improvements and community spaces.
Need: Upgrade spaces to meet today’s needs with security, sustainability, and learning environments
Solution: Add energy-efficient systems to buildings along with improvements to learning areas
Result: Sustainable buildings with flexible learning spaces for students, staff, and the community
Fact Sheetshare project
Size45,100 sq ft (renovation); 38,100 sq ft (addition)
Creating Sustainable Buildings
Each building gained efficiency and sustainability through the addition of air conditioning, LED lighting, and occupancy sensors to reduce energy consumption.
Other improvements included classroom additions and secure entries, plus improvements to art rooms, technical education spaces, music rooms, cafeterias, kitchens, main offices, and libraries. These upgrades add adaptability to learning spaces, giving flexibility to students, teachers, and the community.
Over the course of two years, we partnered with the district to engage the community and staff through interactive work sessions, focus groups, school tours, and surveys.
After assessing their needs, the district developed a $33.8 million referendum question for five facilities – including Canterbury, College Park, and Highland View Elementary Schools.