- LocationValdosta, GA
- Project Executive(s)Ezra Peterson
- Project Manager(s)Ryan Baldwin
- Other ContributionsArchitect: McCall Architecture GC: JCI Construction, Contract Administrator: Terri Fields, Project Coordinator: Joseph Wright, PM Team Leader: Jeremy Prather, Project Assistant: Kristina Hood
Lowndes County High School
Lowndes County high school was a 250,000 square foot project that provided additional space for administrative and instructional spaces overall by creating a 3-story 250,000 square foot building that will allow for more instructional space for students. Many of the older buildings surrounding the campus since 1960 will be demolished to provide the space for more additions to the school campus in the future. This project brings a more modern feel to the campus and allows for functionality and sophistication in design.
The project consisted of over 11,300 square yards of power bond carpet, over 65,000 square feet of LVT and 30k LF of rubber base. There were 950 bags of Self-leveler so that the LVT did not have any visible imperfections to the eye, 65,000 LVT, 12,000 yards of carpet, and 27,000 linear feet of base.