Sandusky Middle School
Jamerson-Lewis Construction was honored to be awarded the contract to build the first new school in the City of Lynchburg since 1975. This Silver Accredited LEED project was constructed in three phases. The first phase was construction of the new school, the second phase was the demolition of the existing building and the third phase was the completion of the parking lots. The brick exterior encases an energy-efficient educational facility with a student commons area with 30-foot ceiling, heights, glass curtain walls, and a well-lit courtyard. For durability, terrazzo tile flooring was installed. Access was limited because of the operation of the existing school. Total construction square footage for this project was 132,864 SF.