The new Coshocton Elementary School was built to combine the three aging city elementary schools into one state of the art facility.
The location of this new elementary is on the existing high school campus which brings all the city school schools facilities to one location with the exception of the football stadium.
The elementary school is a 115,169 square foot PK-6, LEED certified facility.
It was built over a 21 month schedule.
Hilscher-Clarke was responsible for the installation of the power distribution, branch power, lighting, fire alarm system and back-up generator. As well as LED lighting and controls in the cafeteria.
The primary challenge for this project was working on a school campus with high school students and faculty on site during construction.
Efforts were made to to cause a little disruption as possible.
This was achievedby coordination and communication with the construction manager, multiple trades and the school district.
The district opened the school during the 2013 Christmas break.
Students left their classrooms for Christmas break and returned to brand new classrooms.