These multi-phased projects were performed for Williamson County Schools to expand their campuses as a reaction to growth. The expansion accommodated approximately 1,650 new students for Page Middle School alone.
The initial plan for Page High School was to purchase a new piece of land and build a completely new school from the ground up. Not only was this project going to cost +/- $80 million, WCS was still faced with the decision of replacing a 40-year-old high school. The overall budget from GMC’s “build-in-place” approach will cost the school $51 million which results in a significant savings.
Page Middle School’s new addition included a three-story, 54,200 sf math and science classroom building consisting of 30 new classrooms, three of which are new sciences labs with prep rooms.
Both schools received an upgrade in their athletic facilities, including locker rooms and gymnasiums.