Metamora Township High School : Metamora, Illinois
15,000 square feet | $3.9 million
Metamora Township High School needed to convert their old shop areas into new, conditioned extracurricular spaces. The existing rooftop units needed to be adjusted, and several new units needed to be added, in order to properly condition the area. Each space had to be individually designed, as each room was to have a different extracurricular use upon completion.
KED SOLUTION : Individualized MEP Design
To ensure comfortable temperatures, we provided a form of individual temperature control through VAVs and hot water reheat coils in each space. We converted several small rooms into new, sound-proof practice areas for the band. This was a large transition as these rooms were previously tool cribs, storage closets, and shop paint booths. We also created a welding room that would maintain the correct pressures and exhaust ventilation needed to weld in an indoor space. Additionally, the school now has new computer labs, a main band room, engineering spaces, a multi-purpose space, and a robotics testing field to ensure the proper amount of space and a more inviting environment for each activity.
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