Gaither High School Renovations

  • Comprehensive renovations to an existing 306,000-square-foot high school campus with more than 2,000 student stations.
  • Scope included a complete remodeling of the following:
    • Mechanical system: ductwork, chillers, AHUs, VAVs, fans, pumps, and controls.
    • Electrical: light fixtures, site lighting, security, fire detection, and alarm.
    • Plumbing: restrooms and drinking fountains (renovated with new fixtures and for ADA compliance).
    • A new complete fire sprinkler system, hydrants, and 2,200 feet of fire line.
    • Roof: old roof removed and new roof system installed.
    • Stairs: two new stairwell additions.
    • Interior: paint, flooring, specialties, new acoustical ceiling, new lockers, and the replacement of doors, frames, and hardware.
    • Bleachers: renovated existing bleachers in the gymnasium and football stadium and installed new bleachers at the softball field.
    • Added a new outside entrance to the administration office.
    • Resurfaced a 50,000-square-foot outdoor play court and installed new sports equipment.
  • Renovations were conducted while school was in session with work performed in five phases to lessen any inconvenience to the school's activities.
  • Before, during, and after each phase, the construction team managed the student portables, storage areas, containers, and moving of all school contents.

Location:
Tampa, FL

Owner:
School District of Hillsborough County | Tampa, FL

Architect:
Schenkel Shultz Architecture | Tampa, FL