One School, One Team, One Goal
Carroll Daniel was selected by the Cobb County School District to perform extensive work at Campbell High School in Smyrna, Georgia. The first phase of the project included a 115,000 SF renovation to existing buildings that required heavy demolition and had to be completed during the summer before the school year resumed. The second phase included a new three-story classroom wing and performing arts center addition for a total of 95,000 SF of new construction.
Prioritizing Safety While Maintaining Schedule
This multi-phased project was completed over a three-year period, with construction often occurring on an occupied campus and an extremely tight schedule during summer phases. Working on an occupied campus, the project team took great steps to keep students, faculty and staff safe by providing clearly marked alternate routes to get from one place on campus to another. To ensure a safe and efficient site, the Carroll Daniel team coordinated closely with Campbell High School staff and subcontractor partners to keep construction as minimally disruptive as possible.
Navigating Material Procurement During a Global Shortage
Construction at Campbell High School began in 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting several challenges to the project team. With material shortages dominating the industry during this time, the Carroll Daniel project team was able to mitigate schedule delays by working with subcontractor partners and extensive planning – ordering the necessary materials well in advance to receive them in time.