Cost: $51 million
S. M. Wilson & Co. was selected to provide pre-construction and construction management services for a $51 million program of building renovations, expansions and site improvements for the School District of Clayton in Clayton, Mo.
The two-year, multi-phased building program will include improvements to Clayton High School, Captain Elementary School, Glenridge Elementary School, Meramec Elementary School and the Family Center.
Clayton High School will receive three new additions, including a three-story science and technology addition consisting of new classrooms and science labs and a small two-story addition featuring athletic department space and new health classrooms.
The school�s theater will also be renovated along with renovations to many of the existing classrooms and offices. The project also includes HVAC and building system upgrades.
The elementary schools will all receive additional classroom space, as well as repairs and updates to the heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical systems. The Family Center will receive additional early childhood education classroom space. Architects include Bond+Wolfe Architects for the high school project and Trivers Associates for the elementary schools and Family Center projects.
The Clayton School District�s early childhood center, three elementary schools, middle school and high school serve a diverse student body of approximately 2,500.
Start/Completion: August 2009/2012
Owner: Clayton School District, Clayton, Mo.
Construction Manager: S. M. Wilson & Co., St. Louis
Architect: Bond Wolfe Architects, St. Louis; Trivers Associates, St. Louis