Olympic Hills Elementary School was a GC/CM project in the middle of the Lake City residential neighborhood completed in the summer of 2017. It consists of a new two-story replacement elementary school of 93,870 square feet, built on the site of the existing school that had previously been removed. The new building consists of a structural wood frame with minor structural steel elements.
- Cornerstone played an integral role in developing and implementing a dewatering system to combat the high water table on the site, saving the client hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- Urban neighborhood site required a detailed routing plan.
- Included off-site right-of-way street extension and improvements.
- Geothermal heat pump recovery mechanical system.