Grant Community High School needed significant campus-wide improvements to their aging facility and chose EEA to assist with prioritizing improvements and developing site designs for the projects. As part of the initial project, EEA undertook athletics planning, assisting with the acquisition of several residential properties adjacent to the campus, reconstruction of the existing running track, and the development of construction drawings for an additional soccer field and eight new tennis courts. A storm water master plan was also developed to accommodate all potential campus improvements.
EEA was subsequently retained as the school continued to undertake various improvement projects to prepare construction drawings for several major building additions, parking expansions, a synthetic turf stadium, reconstructed running track, and traffic and pedestrian circulation improvements. Sustainable design features, including permeable concrete pavers, were used to improve water quality and maximize buildable space, and underground detention was installed to prevent losing portions of the limited campus.
EEA was recently asked to return to the campus again to assist the district with due-diligence studies and conceptual master site planning for a possible additional campus. New improvements to the master campus infrastructure and buildings are currently under way.