Leavelle McCampbell Middle School
The new Leavelle McCampbell Middle School was a 116000 sq. ft. project replacing the existing school which was built in 1922. This project was phased into an Early Sitework Package and a Building Package to allow for an earlier start date. The core facilities include a cafetorium media center administration area 6th 7th and 8th grade classroom areas exploratory classrooms and a gymnasium. Additionally the building was designed to accommodate future additions to the classroom areas. These areas were completely built out during construction as an addition to the contract. Aesthetically the building is designed to look like a traditional early 20th-century school building and to be similar to the original school. It also has some contemporary design elements and incorporates the latest technology enhancing the 21st century learning environment.
Location: Graniteville, SC
Delivery: Construction Management at Risk
Architect: McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture
District: Aiken County Public Schools