The silver Rose M. Lopez Elementary School in Perth Amboy Public Schools is a three-story, 127,000-square-foot facility for approximately 800 students in grades K-2 in New Jersey. The school was built using a design-build approach. The school includes the following features:
- Promotes alternative transportation and open space protection
- Water efficiency standards to reduce indoor water and outdoor water use
- Energy conservation and optimization measures for the whole building (resulting in
annual savings on energy)
- Material and resource reduction
Project team: GREYHAWK, DIGroupArchitecture, New Jersey Schools Development Authority, and Epic Management, Inc.
Photo credit: New Jersey Schools Development Authority