The Maricopa Institute of Technology project, built for the Riverside Elementary School District #2, included the new construction of a 61,656-square foot middle school. The facility supports classrooms designed to accommodate the Science Technology Engineering Math high school preparatory curriculum and 600 students on a 14-acre site. The middle school was constructed on a concrete foundation with structural steel and concrete walls. An exterior insulation and finish system comprised the exterior skin consisting of an insulated water-resistant, finished surface, metal panels, and masonry. The roof system consisted of sheet metal and thermoplastic polyolefin material. The project also featured an Energy Management System with computer-aided control and monitoring tools for building performance optimization and maximum energy savings, a central atrium serving as a cafeteria and student assembly area, an exterior amphitheater, and breakout spaces for collaborative and individual study. Due to CORE's innovative energy design, the Maricopa Institute of Technology project provided a unique learning environment for students.
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