Lexington 1 School District hires architects for 5-year building plan

Gilbert Elementary School to be replaced.

At its Tuesday meeting, the Lexington County School District One Board awarded contracts for architectural services to six firms. The district is planning $365 million in voter-approved school building improvement projects for a five year period ending in 2023, to meet student needs.

JHS Architecture: Integrated Design, Inc., 1812 Lincoln Street, Columbia, will provide architectural services for project work at Lake Murray Elementary, Lexington High, Lexington Technology Center, the district’s Maintenance Facility, Midway Elementary and Red Bank Elementary.

Jumper Carter Sease Architects, at 412 Meeting Street, West Columbia, will provide architectural services for project work at Gilbert High, Pleasant Hill Elementary, Pleasant Hill Middle and River Bluff High.

LS3P Associates, Ltd., at 701-A Lady Street, Columbia, will provide architectural services for project work at Carolina Springs Elementary, Carolina Springs Middle, Meadow Glen Elementary, Meadow Glen Middle, Oak Grove Elementary and the Rosenwald Community Learning Center.

McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, at 400 Augusta Street, Suite 200, Greenville, will provide architectural services for project work at Deerfield Elementary, Rocky Creek Elementary, White Knoll Elementary, White Knoll High and White Knoll Middle and will provide safety and security improvements at all Lexington District One schools.

Pinnacle Architecture P.A., at 701 East Bay Street, Suite 302, Charleston, will provide architectural services for project work at Forts Pond Elementary, Lexington Middle, Pelion Elementary, Pelion High, Pelion Middle, Saxe Gotha Elementary and a district Transportation Facility.

Quackenbush Architects + Planners, at 1217 Hampton Street, Columbia, will provide architectural services for project work at Gilbert Elementary, Gilbert Primary, Gilbert Middle, Lexington Elementary and New Providence Elementary.

So that residents who live in Lexington District One can keep up with the progress of the building plan, the district developed a webpage This site Click here enables residents to see what is currently happening at their child’s school and includes “before” photographs, the current phase taking place, photographs of that progress, etc.

 

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