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Hyde-Addison Elementary School Project

Hyde-Addison Elementary School

Project Overview

Addison Elementary School, adjacent to Hyde Elementary School, is located at 3246 P Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007 and was fully modernized in 2008 and became part of the new Hyde-Addison elementary school complex, a shared campus with entrances on O and P Streets, NW.

The Hyde building received a Phase 1 modernization during the summer of 2014. This project involves the construction of an addition to Hyde Elementary that will consist of approximately 35,000 square feet of additional space. The addition will house additional classrooms, a new cafeteria, a gymnasium, media center, music classrooms and new administrative spaces. 

The site work will be directed at conserving the existing parking availability, providing new playground areas and circulation management. Due to the historic significance of the school and surrounding neighborhood, this project requires presentation of the proposed design to the Old Georgetown Board (OGB), the Commission on Fine Arts (CFA), and State Office of Historic Preservation (SHPO).

Project Details

Caption: Hyde-Addison Elementary School Modernization Project
Ward: 2
Construction Type: Renovation/Addition
Ground Breaking: June 27, 2016 (Estimated)
Substantial Completion (Addition): December 20, 2017 (Estimated)
Project Completion: March 30, 2018 (Estimated)
DGS Program Manager: John X. Montemayor
Architect: BLOC-Atlantic and Shinberg Levinas
Contractor: MCN Build, LLC
LEED/Sustainable Design Initiatives: The project goal is to be LEED Silver or better. 
 
Current Status: The project has received concept design approval from the Old Georgetown Board and the Commission of Fine Arts in January 2015. Schematic design is expected to begin in March 2015. 
 

Featured Presentation

Hyde Addison Elementary School Project CFA Presentation

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