HAMPTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT TWO
 

DESCRIPTION

Hampton County School District Two of Estill, South Carolina engaged Brownstone Construction Group to conduct a cost analysis when considering the replacement of Estill Elementary and Estill Middle Schools. With the existing schools in need of replacement, BCG reviewed existing staffing and personnel to design a consolidated facility program to house all staff and students as well as support activities for the current schools. The completed report outlined all required spaces to included minimum square footages as required by the SC Office of School Facilities. Cost estimates were provided with associated recommendations to allow the Owner to make financial arrangements to address future plans to secure needed funding for the project.

 
 
 
WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
 

DESCRIPTION

Williamsburg County School District of Kingstree, South Carolina contracted Brownstone Construction Group to conduct a facilities study to examine the conditions of all school buildings in the county-wide school district. There are sixteen (16) school campuses and two district office complexes within the WCSD system, serving about 5,300 students, teachers and administrators. There was a total of approximately 1.2 million square feet of building space. BCG reviewers toured and assessed the conditions of all facilities to examine the overall conditions of buildings and grounds to include building operations, materials and systems. Cost estimates were provided with associated recommendations to allow the Owner to make financial arrangements to address future plans to streamline the Districts operations and consolidate schools in order to reduce operating costs for the School District.

 
 
 
RICHLAND COUNTY SPORTS COMPLEX
 

DESCRIPTION

The design of this 6,732-seat, 160,000 SF arena will accommodate multi-purpose use for a variety of local, regional and national sports organizations, civic groups and entertainment venues. The facility will include 18 multi-purpose courts, locker rooms, concession/warming-kitchen, office space, conference rooms, multi-purpose and broadcasting mezzanines, community rooms, retail space, athlete training room, fitness/weight room and community gallery/exhibit spaces. The facility will incorporate an HVAC system that maintains high air quality and reduces odors from sporting events. Considerations for lighting and sound reduction are design features to ensure a quality environment to attract top indoor sporting events.

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ORANGEBURG CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT FIVE
 

DESCRIPTION

Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five of Orangeburg, South Carolina contracted Brownstone Construction Group to conduct a facilities study to examine the conditions of all school buildings in the school district. There are fifteen (15) school campuses and two district office complexes within the OCSD5 system, serving about 7,000 students, teachers and administrators. Brownstone Construction Group reviewers toured and assessed the conditions of all facilities to examine the overall conditions of buildings and grounds to include building operations, materials and systems. At the request of the Owner, input by each school principal was included in the final report in an effort to have more inclusivity among personnel at the school building level. Cost estimates were provided with associated recommendations to allow the Owner to make financial arrangements to address future plans to streamline the Districts operations and consolidate schools in order to reduce operating costs for the School District.