- Multi-level 93,000 SF facility designed for students in grades 5 - 8
- Project includes latest data and internet technology, security features, energy-efficient mechanical and electrical systems, and premium finishes
The new East Fairmont Middle School is a multi-level, 93,000 square foot structure designed for 735 students in grades 5-8. The new school is fully equipped with the latest data and internet technology, energy-efficient mechanical and electrical systems and premium finishes to last virtually the life of the building.
The contemporary design of the building reflects the school colors of blue and gold, and features the school mascot, the hornet, both inside and out. Fifth and Sixth grade classrooms are located in a separate wing from Seventh and Eighth graders; each wing featuring either yellow or blue lockers to help orient the students to their classrooms. The hornet is present in custom wall clocks in every room, in the custom ceramic tile floor at the main entry, and on a projection clock that shines onto the corridor floor near the cafeteria.
MSES professionals provided planning, design and construction period services for this project in the following roles:
Pam Wean, Architect-of-Record, Senior Project Architect
Stacey Bowers, Project Architect
Nate Zirkle, Intern Architect
David Skeen, Mechanical Engineer
David Kirby, Electrical Engineer
Rod Kidd, Civil Engineer