Facility Planning
Paul Erickson

Facility Planning: Radical Renovation

Many large U.S. high schools were built in the 1950s and 1960s to accommodate rapid increases in student enrollment. Over the years, these facilities have taken on numerous additions. Simultaneously, a school district also may have constructed new high schools in developing neighborhoods. The result is a district with a new high school in one area and one or more older high schools that don’t comport with new standards and amenities. In districts where growth has not occurred, a single

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