Governor Mifflin School District

 

Burkey Construction Co. was  the general contractor for the construction of five additions totaling 36,500 square feet to the existing high school, interior renovations, and related site improvement work. The project was broken up into six phases spanning a 20-month construction schedule. With exception of the summers, school was in full operation.

The largest addition was located at the front of the building and included the new main entrance, new administration offices, nursing exam rooms, and twelve classrooms on two floors. The smaller additions consisted of cafeteria expansion, eight classrooms, storage areas, and related facilities. Both additions included science labs, and the front addition included a home economics suite. The façade additions consisted of punch windows, glass curtain walls, and resin based Trespa exterior panels. The main entrance featured a new canopy with stainless steel wrapped columns. The interior work included renovation of the existing shop rooms, one art classroom, and an interior courtyard space.

Client: Governor Mifflin School District
Architect: The Architectural Studio, Inc.
Cost: $7,200,000
Burkey’s Role: General Contractor
Scope: Additions and Renovations