Phase one was completed of a two phase project plan, consisting of fully rehabilitating the 39,334 sq-ft building based on the 2013 ED Specs.
The modernization includes the renovation of one of the two existing school buildings (39,995 sq-ft).
The school is scheduled for a Construction Renovation (Phase-1 Modernization) of the existing school building.
The renewed Roosevelt campus is centered around a new enclosed, central atrium that will serve as the “heart” of the modernized school.
The modernization and renovation of the existing historic Reno School will consist of an adaptive re-use approach.
Ron Brown College Preparatory High School (Ward 7)
Ron Brown College Preparatory High School will be a newly renovated school in the existing Ron Brown Middle School.
River Terrace Special Education (SPED) Center (Ward 7)
The new addition will house a career development center (CDC), an administration suite with a visitors’ welcoming center, a health suite with a doctor and dentist office, an occupational therapy suite with a therapy pool, music and art rooms, and sensory rooms.
The Phase-1 Modernization scope of work will include the modernization/renovation of all classrooms in the three buildings.
Simon Elementary School
The complete modernization of classrooms was completed in accordance with MFP Classroom Performance Criteria, new OPEFM Design Guidelines, and DCPS Guiding Principles.
The school will undergo an interior renovation during Phase-1, including new windows and a new HVAC system. During Phase-2, a new building addition will be constructed.
Stuart-Hobson Middle School (Ward 6)
The Modernization is to include a complete MEP upgrade to the existing systems, a gym renovation, and a Museum Program that includes a 13,918 sq-ft building addition.
Van Ness Early Education Center
The Van Ness Early Education Center is located in Southeast Washington, DC in an area known as the Navy Yard. The elementary school opened in 1956.
Watkins Elementary School Project
Watkins Elementary is part of the Capital Hill Cluster, a unique PK-8 that is located in three buildings in the Capital Hill neighborhood.