Properties Magazine March 2017 : Page 22

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&#1b; Your best choice for Voice, Data and Video... ...and now Security, Audio/Visual and In-Building Wireless! Thank you Dunlop & Johnston Construction for the opportunity to supply the Structural Precast Concrete & Ready Mix Concrete at FIRESTONE COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER RETAINING SPACES While the vast majority of the CLC is new, an existing auxiliary gym and natatorium (above) were retained, updated and incorporated into the complex. MACK INDUSTRIES QUALITY AND SERVICE SINCE 1932 Ŷ Ŷ Ŷ Ŷ Structural Precast Concrete Building Products Ready Mix Concrete Underground Precast Concrete Wastewater Treatment Plants Ŷ 1-800-482-3111 Proud to be the site work contractor for FIRESTONE/LITCHFIELD COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER EXCAVATION OF COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, ATHLETIC & MUNICIPAL SITES At Sitetech, we take a lot of pride in providing our clients with the highest levels of service and professionalism in the industry. Our employees are the backbone of Sitetech and offer uncompromised experience, knowledge and safety to all of our operations. 35700 E. Royalton Rd., Grafton, OH 44044 440-748-SITE (7483) • 22 Also prominent in the lobby is an open staircase, which provides access to academic spaces on upper floors. Upstairs, at both the second and third levels, class-rooms, labs and administrative offices are arranged along U-shaped corridors that wrap around the interior courtyard. Supplemental academic spaces include the school’s 50-seat planetarium and a learning resource center, both located on the first floor. The learning resource center includes a variety of spaces for collaborative learning or independent study with a mixture of café-style and soft seating. The space includes a memo-rial wall dedicated to Judith Resnick with mementos related to the space shuttle, as well as an eight-foot by 20-foot metal screen sculpture by noted Akron artist Don Drumm, all retained from the former school. The middle school, connected by a secured corridor, is similarly pro-grammed. The upper two floors are comprised of double-loaded corridors with classrooms, labs and offices on both sides, and arranged around a second interior courtyard. “Overall, we wanted to vastly improve site circulation and safety,” Peterson says. “The previous schools were a bit disjointed. [The new complex is] very well laid out and organized, and flows a lot better.” The CLC’s newly constructed athletic facilities include a 2,200-seat high school gym, a 500-seat middle school gym, a wrestling room and locker rooms. The area is linked to the existing auxiliary gym and natatorium, which was reno-vated with new HVAC, lighting, pool Properties | March 2017

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