This project includes the renovation of Westhampton Baptist Church, originally built in 1914, into a school facility for St. Bridget Middle School.
With a long history of building K–12 facilities and more recent work in higher education, KBS builds schools that enrich the student experience and support the delivery of sound educational practices.
The project includes a three-story, 48,000-square-foot administration and academic building featuring a 120-person dormitory, a cafeteria, driver simulation rooms, classrooms and an observation tower.
Construction includes a complete renovation of the high school is to meet current educational and building code standards.
The expansion of the Virginia War Memorial consists of 18,000-square-foot additions including exhibit space, a theater, multi-purpose room, research library, a training room, storage space and administrative space. The expansion triples the size of the memorial.
The Rice Center is the first LEED Platinum certified building in Virginia. This 6,000-square-foot educational facility is situated on the banks of the James River.
The project consists of the 98,000-square-foot renovation of existing building on the Monroe Park Campus of Virginia Commonwealth University campus.
KBS is constructing a 48,777-square-foot, two-story steel frame, masonry veneer academic building at the University of Mary Washington’s Graduate and Professional Studies Stafford County campus.
The two-story, 255,000-square-foot educational facility has a capacity of approximately 1,800 students.
The 12,000-square-foot Puller Science Center is home to the school’s state-of-the-art laboratories for the biology, physics, chemistry, environmental and marine science programs.