The T. G. Barr Elementary School project, built for the Roosevelt School District No. 66, included the demolition of classroom buildings and the new construction of 84,869 square foot elementary school located in Phoenix, AZ. The facility now houses three new classroom buildings and a parking area to accommodate over 800 students. The elementary school was constructed of exterior insulation finish systems and walls, parapets, horizontal exposed fastened PBD wall panels, corrugated PBC and PBU panels, and two foot girt extensions. The project also featured an administration building, cafeteria, gymnasium, athletic storage, offices, and playing fields and surfaces. This project achieved Gold Certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design from the US Green Building Council for high efficiency lighting and occupancy based controls, demand and occupancy ventilation controls, and overall energy savings. Due to CORE's effective communication with architects, manufacturers, and project managers, the T. G. Barr Elementary School project was completed while school was in session facilitating a smooth transition of the student population into the new school and reducing district overcrowding.
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