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K12 Education

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Cobb Innovation & Technology Academy
The Cobb Innovation & Technology Academy (CITA) is a first of its kind facility for Cobb County School District. The 67,648 SF, one-story steel-framed CMU in-filled addition was constructed on an occupied high school site that was also undergoing a major phased re-build.
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Pickens High School Agricultural Facility
Carroll Daniel Construction continued a strong partnership with Pickens High School to build their new state-of-the-art agricultural facility.
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Dawson County High School Multi-Purpose Athletic Building & Agri-Science Center
Carroll Daniel Construction was selected as the CM at-Risk for the new Multi-Purpose Athletic Building and Agri-Science center built on the existing Dawson County High School campus.
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New Lumpkin County Elementary School
Carroll Daniel was selected as the CMAR for the new 113,400 SF, state-of-the-art Lumpkin Elementary School.
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Hazel Grove Elementary School Renovation
Habersham County selected Carroll Daniel Construction to complete renovations to Hazel Grove Elementary School.
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Huddleston Elementary School Renovations
Fayette County Schools contracted Carroll Daniel to perform a major renovation of Huddleston Elementary School on an extremely tight schedule.
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Rabun Gap-Nachoochee School Dining Hall
A beautifully crafted new dining hall for a private college preparatory school located in the Appalachian Mountains.
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Sandra Dunagan Deal Elementary School
Replacing both White Sulphur and Riverbend Elementary Schools for Hall County Schools, the new 133,034 SF Sandra Dunagan Deal Elementary school will serve 1025 students.
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Woodson Park Academy & YMCA
The 140,500 SF Woodson Park Academy & YMCA project included a new K-8 school, a YMCA, and a Community Wellness Clinic and Early Learning Center to benefit a historically under-served community in West Atlanta.
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Jackson County High School
Carroll Daniel partnered with the Jackson County School District to build the new Jackson County High School (JCHS), a two-story 250,000 SF replacement school that serves over 1,500 students.