This project included construction of (2) new buildings on the Allendale Public School’s Campus. Solid value engineering efforts throughout the course of the project allowed us to complete this project over $1.5 Million under budget. The building is a 2-story masonry structure with brick veneer, metal panels and metal roofs, steel joists and deck, flat membrane roofs and elevators. This building has a building management system and the campus site lighting is also tied into the management systems. All light fixtures and plumbing fixtures are equipped with motion detectors to conserve energy and water. The project team worked diligently with the State of Michigan DNR to develop bridges, pathways, overlooks, and outdoor tunneling stations to help conserve the wetland areas that surround the campus.