The Ballfield Road Campus in Lincoln, Massachusetts, serves about 650 K-8 students. Constructed in six phases between 1948 and 1994, the campus is defined by early examples of modernist architecture framing an exterior commons beloved by the wider community. The school district wanted an improved facility that could support a modern curriculum and meet the town’s sustainability aspirations. The resulting 165,000-square-foot renovation and addition preserves many existing classrooms and introduces 21st-century learning spaces that support project-based learning and student collaboration. The project employs renewable energy strategies, HVAC systems integration, and plug load management to deliver a net-zero-ready facility.
Read more about the Ballfield Road Campus and view a photo gallery at SchoolDesigns.com.