The new 248,000-square-foot Plymouth South High School in Plymouth, Mass. will soar above the surrounding community when it is completed in 2017. The project recently received approval from the Town of Plymouth Zoning Board of Appeals to exceed the community’s established building height limits, further clearing the way for construction.
As school budgets continue to decrease, school districts are finding alternative ways to save on construction and renovation projects. One of the latest ways: weaving advertising logos into the sidelines of athletic fields.
Since 2010, there have been more than 40 tornados across the United States that have resulted in close to 750 deaths and many more people injured, according to Doug Koehne, AIA, director of K-12 Planning for KSQ Architects in the firm’s Dallas office.