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  • Completion Date: August 31, 2010
  • 104,000 square feet
  • Gable Roofing
  • Geothermal Water Source Heat Pumps

St. Anne’s-Belfield School’s Lower/Middle School was designed to accommodate a coed student enrollment of 540 in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. The building supported a realignment in the school’s divisional structure: the Middle School (grades 5-8) was moved from the Upper School (grades 9-12), which was located on a separate nearby campus, to join with the Lower School (Pre-K-4). The planning concept allowed for the construction of the new building without impacting the existing aging Lower School structure, which was later demolished to make way for a new play field after the new building completion. The 104,000 square-foot building has been broken down into distinct, traditionally-styled, gable-roofed sections to create a smaller scale “village” design. The new design gives visible identity to the various functional anchors. The facility features the full complement of academic and administrative spaces, as well as a library, dining hall, and 425-seat theater.