K-12

Darlington Middle School Rome, Georgia

Darlington Middle School

This project is an addition to the 500 acre campus of the independent college prep day school. The building was designed with LEED design considerations to be highly energy efficient and complement with the surrounding environment. Brick facing and precast concrete trim match existing structures on campus. The building will feature a wireless, state of the art media center and a covered play pavilion.

Key Structural Components
First building on campus with LEED design considerations
Designed to blend with other campus structures and environment
 
Design Team
Client: South Central Steel
Architect: Chapman Coyle Chapman and Associates
Contractor: Carter Development
Steel Detailer: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 53,868 GSF
Steel Tonnage: 285 Tons
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