Daniel Boone Elementary School Security Vestibule

Warrenton, Missouri

  • FIRM

    Hoener Associates, Inc.

  • CLIENT

    Warren County R-III School District

  • AREA

    3,000 sq.ft.

  • TOTAL COST

    $544,643.00

  • COMPLETION DATE

    8/2017

Design team: Hoener Associates, Inc. (Architect): Mark A. Reuther (Project Principal), Wade R. Welch (Project Architect); Lewis-Bade, Inc. (Civil Engineer): Larry Bade (Project Principal), Bart Korman (Project Engineer); ASDG, LLC (Structural Engineer): Ron Behrens (Project Principal), Nathan Kreke (Project Engineer); McClure Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCOST PER SQ FT$182.00FEATURED IN2018 Architectural PortfolioSUB CATEGORYRenovation Protection Engineers): Chuck Dale-Derks (Project Principal)

The new security vestibule and main entrance for Daniel Boone Elementary School provide improved building security and circulation by creating a new main entrance from two existing classroom spaces. New spaces include a general office area, a principal’s office, a standard office, a work room, a staff toilet, and a conference room / renovations classroom.
Site development work addressed traffic flow by separating school bus circulation from automobile traffic. The dropoffs now use two separate building entrances. An exterior canopy installed at the new main entrance provides protection during student drop-off and pickup.
The critical challenges of this project were to develop a new, identifiable main entrance at an existing campus, provide secure and improved traffic flow, and construct the project during a short (eight-week) summer break.