Construction of a new three building campus on a 2.6 acre site designed to house 800+ students. The campus consists of a three story steel frame classroom, administration/library building, a tilt up concrete kitchen building. A free standing, covered walkway and outdoor seating area connects the three buildings. Project is CHPS certified.
SCOE Community School
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
Client: Sonoma County Office of Education
Architect: Persinger Architects
The SCOE Community School is a new campus consisting of two new classroom wings built to form an interior courtyard and play area. JLM constructed the new buildings utilizing slab on grade modular buildings with a site built metal stud wall with custom curved track tops between each classroom to give the campus a Southwestern look. The landscaping was completed with palm trees, succulents, and desert tone pavers and plaster to complete the look.
The Community School included administrative offices, a warming kitchen, gymnasium, child care, and classrooms. The metal roofs had Solatubes for natural daylight and thin film solar panels to provide the majority of the school’s power. The project was built to LEED requirements, but certification was not pursued by the District.