The scope of work included an 11,875-square-foot, two-story addition to Summit Ridge Middle School, which Roche Constructors originally built in 1993.Education
Roche demolished the existing concrete sidewalks and paving to make room for the addition. This required digging down 13 feet against the existing building. The addition was constructed on a load-bearing spread footing foundation system with a steel frame/braced joist building frame system.
The completed addition houses eight classrooms, two science rooms, and “learning” stairs.
Additional scope of work included replacing the existing boilers with new units and installing new air handler units on the roof. Sitework included overlot grading, utilities, site lighting, landscaping, stormwater system, and a new basketball court on the existing playground.