Client:Hillsborough County Schools
Location :Tampa, Florida
Budget :$4,859,768
Architect :John McKenna Architects, P.A.
Completion :March 2019

Hillsborough County Schools Robinson High School Classroom Addition

The project consists of an 11,160 SF, single story, 12-classroom addition to the existing Robinson High School campus and a new parking lot with Driver’s Education course. The building is designed to incorporate campus architecture themes with brick facades and large fascia sections. The buildings have masonry interior and exterior walls with a structural steel framed raised central clerestory sections in two corridors for increased natural lighting. The classrooms have two exits which allow for the use of large, full height glass interior and exterior windows. Air cooled chillers provide chilled water to the variable air volume units in each classroom. The building is outfitted with two computer / testing labs, LED light fixtures and has state of the art “smart” short throw projectors provided for each classroom. The building is located adjacent the main entry of the school and is flanked by ten majestic live oaks to be preserved.

CURRENT STATUS (as of 12/11/18)

Steel erection & decking are complete.  Ajax held topping out party for subcontractors.  Roofing installation has begun.  Brick installation is in progress.  Exterior soffit framing has begun.  MEP overhead rough-in is ongoing.  Work has started at the front entry renovation.