JWOOD RAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Raw Elementary School is a 2-story, Type II-B structure that features state-of-the-art learning facilities for students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. The 86,000 SF building includes twenty-eight standard classrooms; a STEAM lab; three collaborative learning hubs; single point of entry; energy efficient design; and native landscaping.

The scope for the Martin-Harris/Group West joint venture team included: sitework; underground utilities; limited off-site work; grading, paving; masonry; structural steel; architectural metal stud walls; insulation; ground-source heat pump well field; plumbing; HVAC; electrical; cooling tower; painting; and flooring.

The new school is helping alleviate school overcrowding in the fast-growing part of south Reno. H+K Architects designed this prototype to be the new standard for elementary school buildings in the Washoe County School District. It consists of four distinct programmatic elements; the 2-story Classroom Wing, Administrative Area, STEAM Lab/Media Center, and the Stage/Multipurpose Room. The floor plan can be arranged in different configurations to take advantage of each site’s circumstance.

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