Crossroads Elementary School
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A project for NAVFAC Washington's Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), Crossroads Elementary School serves children living on Quantico Marine Corps Base, Virginia.
Crossroads Elementary, the first of its kind in DoDEA, was designed with key principals of 21st century learning in mind: critical thinking and problem solving; agility and adaptability; initiative, effective communication, curiosity and collaboration.
Speight Marshall Francis served as Structural Engineer of Record providing construction documents and construction administration services for this new two-story, 750-student school with 129,577 gross square feet. Design provided by a joint venture between Waller, Todd & Sadler and RRMM Architects. The design/build project was built by Homeland Contracting along with their 8(a) mentor WM Jordan Company. Groundbreaking took place April 2013 and project was complete January 2015. This LEED Silver facility includes a robust geothermal climate control system and radiant floor heating. Also served as Agent 1 Special Inspector.
Images courtesy of RRMM Architects.
Architect: Waller, Todd & Sadler, A Woolpert Co. & RRMM Architects
General Contractor: W.M. Jordan & Homeland Contracting