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Hoffman has partnered with over 65 public school districts, along with private and charter schools. In addition to designing and building attractive and energy-efficient schools, our expertise includes facilities’ studies, site evaluations, master planning, referendum and fundraising campaigns.  We place special emphasis on functionality, flexibility, adaptability, technology, daylighting, indoor air quality, and building security to create safe and healthy 21st century learning environments.

Berlin Middle School details

Following a highly successful referendum (which passed by a 3 to 1 margin), the Berlin Area School District in Wisconsin again partnered with Hoffman for the expansion of the district’s elementary school, the renovation at the high school, and the design and construction of the new middle school. The middle school, which is attached to the existing high school, provides the district with a 21st century learning environment and operational efficiencies through the use of shared areas with the high school—such as tech ed, kitchen, and cafeteria spaces. At just over 94,000sf, the middle school features its own entrance and offices, classrooms, gymnasium and locker rooms, science labs, art room, library/media center and a shared wrestling/cheerleading/multi-purpose room, and weight and cardio area. Improvements to both the elementary and high schools included creating secure day-time visitor entrances as well as adding five kindergarten rooms to the elementary school and a wrestling room and enlarged fitness center to shared areas of the high school.

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Grafton School District details

Hoffman began working with the Grafton School District in 2014 to evaluate their facilities and develop a long-term strategy. Our involvement has included providing facility assessments, educational adequacy assessments, and pre-referendum and referendum assistance. Following a successful April 2017 referendum, Hoffman is providing full design and comprehensive construction management services. The project will feature improvements at Kennedy and Woodview Elementary Schools and Grafton High School. The existing Grafton Elementary School will be deconstructed in 2018 and the remaining two elementary schools will be expanded to accommodate the additional students starting with the 2018-2019 school year. Kennedy will welcome a two-story addition for grades 4 and 5, new music and art rooms, a new library/media center, and new gymnasium. Renovations will touch office space, special needs areas, and two 4K classrooms. The existing library will be converted to a Kindergarten and Special Needs space and the music area converted to Intellectual Disability (ID) space. Improvements at Woodview will feature an eight-classroom addition, a new gymnasium, creation of an Early Childhood and 4K space, and a kitchen remodel. Grafton High School will receive upgraded athletic spaces (such as a renovated training room, new gymnasium, new family locker rooms, and remodeled sports locker rooms), enhanced tech ed spaces, and remodeled music and science rooms and labs. All three schools will also be enhanced for safety and security and to provide better accessibility for students with disabilities.

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Northland Pines High School details

The Northland Pines School District in Wisconsin partnered with Hoffman when they decided to replace their existing high school with a new, highly sustainable 250,000 square foot facility that would be built on the same site where the existing school was located. Meeting the school district’s wish for a healthy, high-performance school, Northland Pines High School became the first LEED® Gold certified public high school in the United States. In addition, Hoffman delivered the project at a cost 25% below the regional average square foot cost of $154 for high schools built in the same year. Northland Pines High School features a media and technology center, a 750-seat auditorium, and a fieldhouse with capacity for 2,600 people—making it one of the largest in Wisconsin.

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Award Name: American School & University (AS&U) Architectural Portfolio - Outstanding Building

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Award Name: Wisconsin Green Building Alliance (WGBA) Sustainability & Energy Efficiency (SE2) Award

Award Name: U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED® Gold

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River Crest Elementary School details

At 93,450 square feet, River Crest Elementary School—in Hudson, Wisconsin—has capacity for 588 kindergarten through fifth grade students with additional space for early childhood special education. Designed and built by Hoffman, River Crest is the Hudson School District’s sixth elementary school but its first to be created using sustainable principles. Achieving one of the district’s primary goals of being a sustainable model for the community, River Crest Elementary was awarded the designation of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Gold from the U.S. Green Building Council. In earning the esteemed designation, River Crest became the first elementary school in Wisconsin, and just the second public elementary school in the nation, to receive Gold under the LEED for Schools Rating System. Not only highly sustainable, River Crest was completed for $166 per square foot, a total project cost which was $57 per square foot less than, or 29% below, the average cost for public elementary schools built in Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin in 2008 as reported by School Planning & Management in their “2009 Construction Report”.

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Award Name: The Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin Build Wisconsin Award: Design-Build, New Construction

Award Name: U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED® Gold

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Notre Dame Academy details

Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay, Wisconsin, looked to Hoffman when they decided to renovate their outdated, 960-seat auditorium, which also serves as their worship space for school liturgies. One of the main areas of the school that hadn’t undergone a significant renovation, the auditorium’s interior was old and had a muted, gray interior, while its primary entrance was nondescript and blended into the school corridor. The school hoped to create an inspiring, colorful, and vibrant environment—ideal for both theatrical performances and worship services—to be enjoyed by students, staff, parents, and the public. A wood proscenium arch that now frames the stage highlighted the remodel, in addition to other efforts such as the installation of sconces and new carpet and paint that reflect school colors. The auditorium’s primary entrance was enhanced with dark green wall-covering and a wood canopy that emphasizes the entry doors and conceals cove lighting that supplements new light fixtures.

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Kimberly High School details

Determined to address the space shortage they were experiencing, the Kimberly Area School District in Wisconsin asked Hoffman to perform a facilities assessment of its schools and conduct pre-referendum services. When the district decided that designing and building a new high school was the wisest, long-term solution, they looked to Hoffman. Kimberly High School, a 254,000 square foot facility with capacity for 1,100 students, features a dual interior/exterior commons with an open balcony, a two-story library, a 742-seat auditorium, a four-station gymnasium, and a two-story weight room and fitness area for both school and community use.

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Woodland School details

As part of the overall strategy to create space in their schools for the growing population, the Kimberly Area School District in Wisconsin continued their long-standing relationship with Hoffman and hired the firm to design and build Woodland School. At 133,000 square feet with a total capacity for 980 students, Woodland School houses elementary Pre-K through 4th (630 students) on one side with an intermediate school for 5th and 6th grades (350 students) on the other. Designed with separate entrances, the elementary and intermediate areas share a central core that contains the gymnasium, cafeteria, media center, and administrative suite. With the school district seeking to create a healthy learning environment for their students, Woodland School was designed and built with numerous sustainable features, such as maximizing the use of natural light, low-flow plumbing fixtures, high-efficiency lighting, and the use of recycled building materials. Recognized for being a highly sustainable environment, Woodland School received a Special Citation from the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance (WGBA) at its Sustainability Energy Efficiency (SE2) conference.

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Nekoosa High School details

The Nekoosa School District in Wisconsin looked to Hoffman to evaluate and assess the district’s facilities and then oversee the 39,500 square feet worth of additions and renovations to its high school. Hoffman’s design and construction addressed the lack of appropriate handicap accessibility as well as the highly energy-inefficient HVAC system found within the multi-level high school. A handicap-accessible elevator and entrances were featured in the renovation, as was the complete upgrade of the HVAC system to an energy-efficient model with a modern digital control system. Student-centered additions to the existing school included a gymnasium, fitness/training room, and a modern science laboratory, which provides increased learning opportunities for students.

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