Updated technology throughout the district.
Lebanon City Schools
After the successful passage of a bond issue, Lebanon City Schools is embarking on a facilities improvement plan to address space requirements and aging facilities. Design 27 was engaged by SHP Leading Design as part of the overall design team to manage the telecommunication systems design for a $63 million improvement plan that includes five schools within the district. The project began in the summer of 2014 and is targeted for completion in the fall of 2017.
Design 27 is responsible for managing an overall technology budget of $4.2 million for this project. This includes the design and implementation of a 1:1 wireless environment within each of the five facilities. Additionally, our design efforts will be driven by the utilization of state standards for projects funded by the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC).
The Ohio Facilities Construction Commission is covering a majority of the project cost, while the November 2013 bond that was passed will cover the remaining costs. The OFCC is responsible for guiding capital projects for state agencies, state-supported universities and community colleges and the public K-12 school construction and renovation program.
Lebanon Junior High School
A new 124,000 square foot Lebanon Junior High School, built on the former site of the original school. The facility offers a Student Research Center –a collaborative working classroom, and a main and auxiliary gym with sounds systems. Also included is an automated music room and a cafetorium with dedicated audio visual equipment enclosures in each. A courtyard portable audio system part of this facility’s design along with an indoor/outdoor digital signage system.
Donovan Elementary School
A 21,000 square foot addition to Donovan Elementary school, providing additional classroom space needed to eliminate the exterior modular classrooms needed to accommodate the student population. Typical classrooms include a short throw projector and single teacher station and audio assistance system.
Bowman Primary School
A 16,000 square foot addition providing 13 additional classrooms and restroom facilities to Bowman Primary School, completed in conjunction with a new roof and new computer lab within a current space in the school. Typical classrooms include a short throw projector and single teacher station and audio assistance system.
Berry Intermediate School
The complete renovation of Berry Intermediate, including complete technology upgrades and air conditioning added, as well as a 1,500 square foot addition. Typical classrooms include a short throw projector with a single teacher station. This facility will also include cafetorium which will house a permanent enclosure for the audio visual equipment on the stage.
Lebanon High School
A 10,000 square foot addition to Lebanon High School, featuring general classrooms, a new science lab and physical health classroom. Typical classrooms include a short throw projector with a single teacher station.