The Addison Central School District, which encompasses more than 180 square miles in rural upstate New York recently underwent a phased consolidation into two district-wide facilities: an elementary school serving grades Pre-K through 5, and a traditional junior and senior high school building that was expanded and reorganized into a separate middle school (grades 6 through 8) and high school (grades 9 through 12) that share only central assembly spaces.
In 2015, the school district conducted a Building Condition Survey, which identified more than $29 million in needed improvements for the school district. The district, its facilities committee, the board of education, and design and construction professionals prioritized the essential needs, resulting in renovations to Addison High School.
Project highlights include historic restoration of the auditorium and a complete renovation of the existing pool facility, ensuring a safe learning environment for the lifelong skill of swimming. The existing pool was demolished and reconstructed with a new pool in the same footprint with the addition of new locker rooms.
ARCHITECT OF RECORD
AQUATIC DESIGN CONSULTANT
- Eight-lane, 25-yard lap pool
- Two 1-meter diving boards
|Chemical Control Systems||Chemtrol|
|Colorado Time Systems|
|Lane Markers||Competitor Swim|
|Filtration Systems||Paddock Pool Equipment Co.|
|Sanitization Systems||Westlake Water Solutions, Accu-Tab System|