Lebanon City Schools Districtwide Improvements
The Kleingers Group provided survey, traffic impact study, and civil site design related to improvements at five schools within the district. With every site, Kleingers retrofitted existing detention to improve water quality and meet EPA regulations that meet the City of Lebanon’s requirements.
The largest project was a new 124,000 SF Junior High School. Kleingers analyzed building locations for the new building to be constructed and the final location was selected for ease of construction while providing little interruption to the occupied school. Once construction was completed, the existing Junior High School served as swing space for the Berry Intermediate School students, while the historic Intermediate School underwent complete renovation and additions, including revised parking layouts, technology upgrades, and a 1,500 SF addition.
Also included in the program, Kleingers performed site development for a new 10,000 SF addition to the High School that adds flexible classroom space for accommodating larger groups, a science lab, space for the Warrior Academy and expansion of the weight room. Due to a higher than desired accident rate, Kleingers also designed a new entrance from Drake Road to the High School that allows safer site distances to vehicles entering and exiting the site throughout the day.
At Bowman Primary School, Kleingers reconfigured the site to provide more parking and better queuing for parent drop-offs and bus traffic at various times during the school day. The site work also included a new 16,000 SF Pre-K/Kindergarten wing addition, new roof and playground. At Donovan Elementary School, Kleingers performed site modifications that reworked an existing bus drive and improved site circulation, as well as site design for a 21,000 SF addition that provides additional classroom space needed to eliminate the exterior modular classrooms.