The Lee Williams High School Project, built for the Kingman Unified School District No. 20, included the demolition, renovation, and new construction of a 164,393-square foot high school campus located in Kingman, AZ. The facility accommodates over 1,000 students and houses an automotive shop, classrooms, cafeteria, storage buildings, and a historic gymnasium. Renovations consisted of stripping the wiring, plumbing, and wall panels of a middle school for the inclusion into the high school campus, incorporating the historic gymnasium into a new auxiliary gym, upgrading an old automotive shop for metalworking and vocational use, and demolishing the cafeteria to be rebuilt. The project also featured modifications of the water, sewer, and drainage systems, Varsity and Juvenile Varsity baseball fields, athletic field, track, concessions building, bleachers, a half basketball court, and a student parking lot. Due to CORE's sustainable construction efforts and respect for the history, the Lee Williams High School project encourages the preservation of the school's heritage for future generations.
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