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Recent Successful Referendums
Paulsboro District-wide Improvements $8.1 M
Clayton Renovations & new Performing Arts Center, $9.7 M
Magnolia Building Systems Improvements, $6.5 M
Woodstown-Pilesgrove HS/MS Improvements $19.8 M
Moorestown Schools District-wide
Improvements $42.9 M
Cinnaminson District-wide Improvements $40.0 M
Haddon Twp. Schools, Addition & Renovations, $40.2 M
Delsea Regional Addit. & Improvements $20.8 M

Cumberland County Technology Education Center
Cumberland County
Technology Education Center
Vineland, NJ

A new 201,118 SF Technology High School, in construction in 2015, to accomodate up to 900 students from throughout Cumberland County. The new school will allow for a phase-in of full-time students.

The TEC is located immediatly adjacent to the County College providing opportunities for shared educational and atheletic programs and spaces, as well as shared administrative and "Job Training" programs.
The innovative site design conforms to New Jersey's "Best Practices" initiative. A dramatic, 3-D fly-by video of the new high school highlights the site design and building architectural design. Video


Kingsway High School Addition
Kingsway Regional Sr High School
Additions & Renovations
Woolwich, NJ

A 23-classroom addition to the High School and an 18-classroom addition to the Middle School were approved in a September 2011 Referendum adding approximatly 77,800 SF to the campus to accomodate enrollment growth to near 3200 students.The addition expanded the High School by 36,424 SF to provide new classrooms and renovations of 14,000 SF to relocate the  Library, Board of Education office and Science Labs.

Cited as "Project of the Year 2014" by the New Jersey section of the Construction Management Association of America.


Early Childhood Center
Little Egg Harbor Schools
Early Childhood Education Center
Little Egg Harbor, NJ
A modular 21 unit building of 20,000 SF with 14 classrooms, the Early Childhood Center has a permanent foundation and heated crawl space for utility access and service. Completion was in late August of 2012. Little Egg Harbor is one of only 35 districts to recieve full-day pre-school funding under the School Reform Act of 2008 and only one of four to recieve a Pre-School Expansion Grant form NJ DOE in 2010.

Kingsway Middle School
Kingsway Regional Jr High School
Additions & Renovations
Woolwich, NJ

Ph 1of this Middle School was for construction of a new 104,000 SF, 7th and 8th Grade School to accommodate 800 Students completed in 2006.

This Ph 2 expansion began with voter approval of the September 2011 $32 M Bond Referendum that would expand the Middle School by 41,368 SF and includes a new gymnasium, classrooms and expanded main office.  The Ph 2 project was completed in October 2013.

Clayton Jr/Sr High School
Clayton, NJ

This $20M referendum was approved in late 2009. The program included a 30,000 SF addition to the High School as well as 30,000 SF of renovations to both the Jr. and Sr. High school spaces creating 17 Smart Classrooms and 2 new science labs. Other new spaces include a new Instructional Media Center, Arts Classroom and renovated TV Studio. Construction was complete for a Fall 2010 opening.

A December 2014, $9.7 million Referendum, was approved for a 700-seat Auditorium as the final phase of expansion.

Bunker Hill Middle Schoo
Bunker Hill Middle School
Washington Township, NJ
This new 800 student, 124,000 SF Middle School was part of a $50M district wide improvement program. The program included 50 classrooms as well as a gymnasium, multi-purpose cafetorium with full kitchen, media center, science labs and other specialized classrooms.
Union Valley Elementary School
Gloucester Township, NJ
The first new schoolhouse in 6 years, this K-5 grade, one-story, 88,000 SF school has a capacity of 850 students and was occupied in Sept 2001and includes general and special classrooms, small group rooms, Cafeteria, IMC and offices.

East Greenwich Elementary Schools
Clark & Mickle Elementary Schools
East Greenwich, NJ

A 300-student increase in enrollment was the driving force behind this $21 million, 29-classroom expansion and replacement of essential building systems at both schools.

Extensive sitework was also completed including a bus corral, parking areas and two playgounds. Construction was completed in 2013.

Upper Elementary School
Moorestown, NJ

A single-story building of 130,000 SF and a capacity of 1,050 students for grades 4-6. The program also includes a gymnasium, a stage, a large skylighted entrance and a meda center situated on a 15-acre site with multi-purpose fields and basketball courts.

Cited as "Best School Over $10 Million" by the New Jersey section of the Construction Management Association of America.

New High School
Ocean City, NJ
A new $27.5 million design was successful in 2002 as a referendum following three previous failed attempts.
The 2-story school features open courtyards, a 1000-seat gymnasium and a 700-seat auditorium, and it is equipped with state-of-the-art Technology, all in 229,000 SF.

New Jersey Concrete Award 2005
Construction Management Inst Award 2006


Gloucester County Institute of Technology
Sewell, NJ

Renovations and additions were designed in a multi-phase program to meet the schools new program as a full-time technical high school. Over $10.5 million of construction, totalling 322,064 SF were improved with Ph I starting in 2000 and Ph V ending in 2010.

Additionally, the plans also provided a new 200-seat gymnasium with training room, lockers, storage and faculty offices.

Finally, in 2010, 27 new classrooms as well as auto and print shops, computer rooms, dance studios, science labs, radio labs and cosmetology labs were created in the renovation program.

Lower Cape May Regional High School
Cape May, New Jersey
A Phase 1, 20,800 SF addition contained 5 new science laboratories with teacher prep rooms, renovated classrooms for business and computers instruction, a new band/choral room, an enlarged and modernized cafeteria, renovated Health Office and renovated classrooms.
A Ph II project, at $12 million,was completed in May 2005 for a 1200-seat auditorium and a 1000-seat gymnasium.
Washington Twp. High School
Washington Twp., NJ
The link physically connected two existing high schools and included a 2500-seat Auditorium, known as the TD South Jersey Performing Arts Center. Administrative Offices, a new Media Center, Cafeteria and classrooms in a $50 million, 5-year design and construction program at all 10 schools.
Other spaces included Administrative Offices, a new Media Center, Cafeteria and classrooms in a $50 million, 5-year design and construction program that improved all 10 schools.
Riverside Elementary School
Riverside, NJ

The 2-story addition and complete renovation is 48,000 square feet for 400 students in grades 1 through 5 and was completed as part of a district-wide improvement program completed in the summer of 2004.
Phase II of the $17.4 million project included complete renovations of the adjacent Middle School/High School building completed in early 2005