Public/Private Client: Private
Completion Date: 2002
Location: Tallahassee, Florida
Construction Cost: $2,600,000.00
Role in Project: Principal
Trinity Catholic School consisted of an 18,000 square foot elementary building constructed of load bearing single with structural bricks with a steel joist and structural deck metal roof covered with standing seam metal panels.
The building houses the campus administration offices and 12 elementary classrooms. The building is structured cabled for networking and contains an extensive fire alarm and intercom system.
The building is contextually designed to fit into the surrounding residential neighborhood and related to the adjacent church.
Subsequent phases of the project included the installation of aluminum walkway canopies, the renovation of the 12,000 square foot middle school, and converting four classrooms into an art and music room. The project was hard bid and came in under budget.
In addition to full service building and renovation design, MLD Architects has extensive experience in roof design and consultation. Randy Lewis is a recognized roofing systems expert, and has written articles for Florida AIA magazine and Florida Roofers magazine. MLD Architects has earned an excellent reputation for diagnosing roof problems, and offering corrective solutions. Due to his expertise, Mr. Lewis has provided expert testimony on numerous cases.