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Clinton Avenue School

Classical and contemporary ornament articulate the formal and informal entrances at historic Clinton Avenue School

This renovate-as-new project included a 52,000-sf addition along with the alteration of the original 49,000-sf building constructed in 1911 in the Beaux Arts style.  Located in the Fair Haven community of New Haven, Connecticut, the former K-5 public elementary school now includes a PreK-8 dual-language curriculum and accommodates a diverse student population of approximately 580 children.

With a total size of 101,000 sf, the new structure consists of 24 classrooms, science and computer labs, gymnasium, cafeteria, music and art rooms, and a media center.  Each class is equipped with a white board, LCD projector, and student computers. 

Type:
New addition and "renovation-as-new”

Program:
PreK-8th grade school for 580 students includes 24 classrooms, gymnasium, cafeteria with stage, music room, art room and science and computer laboratories, administrative spaces and support service areas  

Area: 
101,000 sf

Construction Cost:
$31,200,000

Project Status:
Completed 2005