Imperial Construction completed the renovations of the Fort Worth ISD Southwest High School campus. Work consisted of three main phases beginning Summer of 2019 through Summer of 2021. The first phase consisted of converting the existing robotics/engineering lab rooms into larger spaces; Remodeling the library to create more functional and spacious areas, including collaboration rooms; Creation of a grander entry to the school with a secured vestibule; Complete renovation of the current Arts/AV wing to create a state-of-the art audio/visual, TV, and graphics wing. The second phase included the closing in of three mechanical yards to create interior classroom spaces; roof repair work; upgrades to electrical items throughout the school; corridor improvements; and remodel of the current science wing classrooms and labs to create state-of-the-art new science labs, classrooms and collaborative hallway spaces. Phase three included cafeteria improvements; auditorium renovations for collaboration space and general seating; stage ramp area ADA compliance; courtyard exterior improvements; remaining classroom/admin remodels; and landscaping. Imperial coordinated construction around the District managed geothermal contractor.
Architect: Parkhill Architects
Location: Fort Worth, Texas