CHUH School Renovations
Cleveland Heights - University Heights Schools
Osborn Engineering is working with Moody Nolan, Inc. on the design of major renovations for two middle schools for the Cleveland Heights – University Heights City School District. The projects are part of the District’s $134.8 million construction program, which includes renovations and additions to the High school as well as extensive modifications to an intermediate school. The District is participating in the Expedited Local Partnership Program (“ELPP”) and will follow the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (“OFCC”) administration requirements for ELPP.
Osborn is providing all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, technology, and structural Engineering services for the renovations of the 160,161 square foot Monticello Middle School and the 147,239 square foot Roxboro Middle School. Each school was originally constructed in 1929 and have had various additions and renovations completed over the years. The project includes a complete replacement of the MEPT systems throughout the schools to bring the building in compliance with current building codes and OFCC School Design Manual requirements. The community is very focused on sustainability and restoration, so the challenges of the design work include developing energy efficient, green building technology into the shell of a historic, early 20th century school building. Construction is expected to begin in summer of 2017 with substantial completion targeted for summer of 2019.