Eagle Hill School

The beauty of Stanmar, Inc. is their expertise in athletic and recreational buildings on both the design and construction side. Because Stanmar, Inc. has done over 75 facilities, they know the issues surrounding an athletic center that other architects wouldn’t, and we reaped the benefits of their great design and experience… The guaranteed fixed price worked perfectly for us. We were able to know from the beginning what our cost constraints were, and the only change orders we had on the entire project were because of simple changes we made.

Dr. PJ McDonald, Headmaster, Eagle Hill School

Overview

Over the past two decades, the Eagle Hill School has opened a Student Union, Cultural Center, Academic Center, and multiple dormitories. To complete the School’s transformation, Eagle Hill selected Stanmar, Inc. to design and construct their Sports and Fitness center. Knowing our reputation and track record of completing projects on time and on budget, Eagle Hill’s leadership toured a few of our past facilities and then entrusted us to bring their vision to reality. The Eagle Hill School is internationally acclaimed their teaching methods helping children overcome Dyslexia and ADHD.


Highlights

  • Competition Basketball Court
  • Two Recreational Courts with Synthetic Floors for Indoor Recreational Sports
  • Indoor Running Track
  • Wrestling Room
  • Dance Studio
  • Fitness Center
  • Squash Pavilion
  • Competition Swimming Pool
  • Rock Climbing Wall and Aerial Arts Space
  • Team and Locker Rooms


Sustainability

  • High Performance, Low-E, Solar Control Glazing System
  • Demand Ventilation
  • Energy Recovery Mechanical Ventilation Systems
  • Water Recycling
  • Low Flow Toilets, Urinals, and Faucet Aerators
  • Solar Powered Renewable Energy Implementation
  • Use of Construction Materials with Significant Recycled Content
  • Use of Regional Materials for Construction
  • Low Emitting Paints, Adhesives and Flooring
  • Automatic Lighting Controls
  • Abundance of Natural Daylight to Reduce Use of Artificial Lighting


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