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Live Oak Elementary Refurbishment

New Orleans, LA

Client: Louisiana Department of Education Recovery School District

Architect: VergesRome Architects

Project Summary

The Live Oak Elementary School project, built for the Louisiana Department of Education Recovery School District, included the renovation of a three-story 87,000 square foot historical elementary school located in New Orleans, LA. The facility, now known as ReNew Cultural Arts Academy at Live Oak, supports 683 students in grades pre-kindergarten through eight. The elementary school was constructed utilizing a masonry and timber structural frame, masonry and stucco exterior, and a clay tile roof. Renovation of the 105-year-old school consisted of exterior window refurbishment, masonry repointing, and stucco repairs. The project also features the addition of an elevator, new light fixtures and receptacles, and new finishes as well as updated plumbing and heating ventilation and air conditioning systems. Due to CORE's renovation efforts, the Live Oak Elementary School project now provides a modern and fully restored elementary school to the community after the destruction of Hurricane Katrina.

Live Oak Elementary Refurbishment
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