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Broken Arrow Public Schools – Highland Park Elementary School

As part of a $300M bond referendum, Boldt was engaged to manage and deliver the construction of a new elementary school for the Broken Arrow Public School District, one of Oklahoma’s largest public school districts with more than 19,000 students.

The school is designed to use large-group teaching methods within pod-style layouts, with pods comprising five classrooms. Each pod allows for direct exterior access to different play areas. Also included in the school is a full-size gymnasium, computer labs, special education rooms, art classrooms, music classrooms, a cafeteria and dining area.

Client
Broken Arrow Public Schools
Location
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Architect/Engineer
GH2 Architects
Boldt Role
  • Construction Manager
  • General Contractor
Project Type
New Construction
Project Size
96,000 SF

Project Highlights

  • The school is designed to use large-group teaching methods within pod-style layouts, with pods comprising five classrooms.
  • Construction of the new school was completed in just 12 months, with only one month allotted for preconstruction.