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Long Beach High School
332 Lagoon Drive West, Lido Beach, NY
Client: Long Beach City Schools
Architect:  CS Arch
Size: 120,000 s.f.
Cost: $16.5 million
Stalco Construction serves as general contractor for the expansion and renovation of the Long Beach High School.
The project encompasses construction of a new, three-story, 20,000-square-foot addition to the main building, 100,000 square feet of interior renovations and functional re-programming within the existing three-story school structure, exterior renovations, demolition of a separate pre-K building, and construction of new outdoor sports facilities, including six professional-grade tennis courts and a football field with FieldTurf synthetic sport surface, lighting and spectator bleachers.
The construction team faces numerous logistical and technical challenges related to the location of the site and work taking place in and near an occupied school. The addition is located a mere 30 feet from Reynolds Channel, which causes a very high ground water level that needs to be remediated continuously during the excavation and foundation phases.
The addition’s structural and foundation system incorporates 128 auger cast piles, pile caps, grade beams, shear walls, concrete columns and beams, pre-cast concrete plank floors and pre-cast concrete plank roof structure. The addition will house regular and special education classrooms, media and audio-visual facilities and offices. Parking spaces will occupy the ground floor. The façade will feature colored architectural cement board panels as a rain screen and high efficiency curtain wall and windows with anodized aluminum frames.

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