Three distinct additions to Brocton Central School District include the construction of a two-story, 19,600-square-foot secondary addition to the original 1939 building. Composed of 14 classrooms, the addition captures the character and historical appeal of the original building, yet keeps one foot firmly planted in the ASSOCIATED FIRMSiracuse Engineers; C&S EngineersCOST PER SQ FT$180.00FEATURED IN2005 Architectural PortfolioSUB CATEGORYRenovation day.
An 18,500-square-foot, light-filled physical-education addition includes a gymnasium, locker rooms and a lobby/concession area. It links the classroom addition to the existing natatorium.
A third addition is an eight-classroom, one-story extension of the elementary wing totaling about 9,000 square feet of new construction. A new bus garage facility of 13,200 square feet includes wash bays, service and office areas, and accommodates 12 buses.
Major interior alterations to the existing building, including mechanical, electrical, fiber-optic data and cabling upgrades, create new science and computer classrooms, an elementary library, distance-learning lab, weightroom, technology lab and administrative offices. Significant alterations also will be made to enhance handicapped accessibility. Exterior renovations included masonry restoration, window replacement and roof reconstruction.
Site improvements included new tennis courts, playing fields, bleachers, a press box and scoreboard, improved site drainage, new bus loops, dropoff lanes, parking areas and sidewalks.