Arlington Heights Addition & Renovation
Arlington Heights High School
Arlington Heights High School will receive a new multi-story classroom building.
Common spaces will be renovated to create collaboration spaces for learning and student interaction. Moderate renovations will be applied to various locations within the school to meet the twenty-first century learning model. Renovations will include reclaiming or repurposing space to support Career and Technical Education.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
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Work for the grade beams for the Ag Building and for the new Science Building is ongoing
The Science Building beams are up!
The floor in the dance studio is being prepped, electrical work in classrooms is ongoing, and the grade beam work […]
The old roof over the jewelry lab was torn off, and we have begun installing the new roof!
We’ve had a busy week! The demolition is complete at the new security entrance, we’ve been demoing the Jewelry lab […]
SFP2 completed the majority of the new sanitary sewer pipe in the courtyard, interior abatement and demolition of the ground […]
The movers started in the jewelry lab removing all the equipment, supplies and furniture as well as other rooms in the […]
Our construction team has been making incredible progress these past two weeks. Piers for the foundation for Building D have […]
The sanitary sewer line has been installed by the new science building!
We are working hard to finish prepping the concrete pad for the electrical transformer and the connection enclosure.
Site preparation is underway for the Arlington Heights Science Building, and the electrical service conduits are being installed for the […]
Demolition has officially begun! We demoed the portable buildings, began working on the formwork for the transformer pad, and are […]
A pre-proposal meeting was held for the bid opportunity, RFQ-CMAR 19-101 Arlington Heights High School Addition/Renovation, where vendors found out […]
Soil sampling to understand the makeup of the ground under the foundation of the future science addition.
Architects, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford, recently held a student design charrette at Arlington Heights High School. Thought-starter image boards featuring exterior […]