Submitted by VCBO Architecture
The new Park City High School is a combination of renovation, addition and new construction. The school was designed to meet the growing needs of the district and to replace an aging, inefficient, outdated facility built in the early 1970s.
Project planning began in 2002 and construction was completed in fall 2008. The outcome of the extensive planning process was a design centered on an improved level of flexibility, energy efficiency and current and future pedagogical shifts that will ensure the building functions for the next 70 years.
Owner: Park City School District
Contractor: Hughes General Contractors
Design Firm: VCBO Architecture
Start: Oct. 2005
Finish: Sept. 2008