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Dunbar High School Project

Dunbar High School Project

Project Overview

The completely new 280,000 square-foot Dunbar Senior High School includes energy efficient building systems, clean and maintainable interior finishes, and bright and healthy classrooms and public spaces.

The project included demolition of the existing 1977 high school, and construction of a new, state of the art, LEED Platinum high school for 1,100 students. Building features now include photovoltaic panels (PV, or solar), geothermal wells, rainwater cisterns, and extensive interior day-lighting.  The shell is still masonry and cast stone, with a curtain wall and punched openings. Interior work includes a gymnasium, natatorium, cafeteria, auditorium, and museum. The site work included creating a new athlete field and bleachers.

Project Details

Dunbar High School Modernization Project
Agency Name: DCPS
Construction Agency: DGS
Ward: 5
Location: 101 N Street, NW
Contact Info: Teddy Gebremichael; teddyg@mckissackdc.com
End Date of Project: July 15, 2013
Budget: $128,144,440
Green Features/LEED Certification: LEED Platinum
Status: Stadium and Field Completed
DGS Contact: Jackie Stanley (DGS), (202) 431-1195

Dunbar Stadium and Field Project

Ribbon Cutting Highlights Images Friday, August 22, 2014

Dunbar High School Field  and Stadium Ribbon Cutting on Friday, August 22, 2014The New Dunbar High School Athletic Field 50 Yard Line

 

 

Dunbar High School's New Stadium and Athletic FieldMayor Vincent Gray and DGS Director Brian Hanlon watching the team practice on the new Dunbar Athletic Field

 

 

Mayor Vicent Gray watching the Dunbar football players practice on the new athletic field.

Dunbar High School's New Stadium and Athletic Field viewed from the Goal Line

 

 

 

 

 

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