By the Numbers
Quantifying the materials that came together to create this beautiful school
The project included 30,000 SF of epoxy terrazzo flooring, 71 pieces of architectural and structural precast, 28 skylights, and vaulted roofs at the cafeteria and gymnasium. The building is constructed of steel with spread footing foundations and the exterior skin is CMU with brick and cast stone accents.
The Need for Speed
From groundbreaking to ribbon cutting in just over a year
Loganville Elementary had an extremely accelerated fast-track schedule of only 13 months. Achieving the schedule was a tremendous accomplishment of planning and execution. The team worked tirelessly to maintain a flexible schedule, which was continuously updated to accommodate changes. The project was meticulously sequenced to complete activities as early as possible to ensure on-time delivery.
In my 50 or more visits to the job site, not once did I see the site superintendent in the job trailer. Each time he was in the building staying on top of what was going on. He was always thinking ahead and working on small parts of the project even when unexpected delays occurred. I don’t know if I have ever been as impressed as I have been with this project.”
Dr. Nathan D. FranklinSuperintendentWalton County School District