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Morley Builders constructed a new Upper and Middle school academic building for science education at Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences. The science facility consists of a 28,000-square-foot, 3-story building with 15 classrooms: five middle school and seven upper school classroom/labs, a fume hood-specific room, and two special project rooms that accommodate interdisciplinary projects. The school features indoor and outdoor learning spaces, encouraging hands-on learning and independent research. The Special Projects Pavilion – which has become the campus’ landmark structure – is comprised of two 800-square-foot project rooms which facilitate projects conducted by both students and educators. The building also includes a teacher’s preparatory space that links all of the classrooms to promote collaboration among the teaching staff.
Sustainable elements include photovoltaic panels incorporated into the curtain walls, recycled denim insulation, energy efficient MEP and plumbing, LED lighting systems, and storm water filtration system.
Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences
Frederick Fisher & Partners Architects
Best Education Project, Southern California, ENR California