Beginning in the early 2000s, St. John’s College High School initiated several capital improvement projects to support its focus on academic excellence and leadership development. GHT has provided MEP engineering design for four phases of these improvements. The first project was the construction of the Scaggs Center to provide new offices for the President and the Alumni & Development department.
Next was the conversion of the former Brother’s Residence into The James V. Kimsey Science and Technology Center. The high-tech classroom building features five science labs and computer training facilities.
Recently, GHT also provided a master plan for campus utilities as the initial phase of a campus-wide utility renovation program. The feasibility study addressed improvements to a variety of buildings including new systems, the addition of air conditioning, and replacement of existing boilers with new high efficiency equipment. The design team is currently working on a renovation of the cafeteria and library and the 27th Street entrance.