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Fredstrom Elementary School

Built in 1983, Fredstrom Elementary School received a combined renovation and addition that restored and upgraded the aging facility. Phasing required our team to perform renovations to multiple on-campus areas while maintaining a teaching environment.

The one-story 5,600 SF west addition included: general classrooms; science room; art room; restrooms; mechanical rooms; new electrical service; basement housing the well field header; mechanical units; water service; and fire riser. The one-story 3,200 SF east addition included: general classrooms; restrooms; and mechanical rooms. Brick and architectural precast finishes were used on the exterior of these additions. A Built-Up Roofing system with skylights that flawlessly blended with the skylights in the existing portions of the building was a unique finish of this project. Renovations and upgrades were also a part of the project which included: geothermal well system; fire sprinkler system throughout; fire alarm; intercom and phone/data systems; interior lighting; new finishes at the administrative offices, reception area, cafeteria and kitchen areas, library, and classrooms; and new exterior site lighting.

Project Details

End Use:
Location:
Lincoln, Nebraska
Size:
40,000 SF Renovation (Interior); 29,000 SF Renovation (Exterior Site); 8,800 SF Addition
Type:
K-12 Schools
Method:
Design Bid Build
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