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New Centennial Junior High Enhances Virtual Learning Opportunities

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Photo courtesy of Hughes General Contractors Inc.
Collaborative learning spaces with displays and computer-aided stations are located throughout the school.
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2012 Award of Merit

K-12 Education Category

Centennial Jr. High School

Kaysville, Utah

Centennial Jr. High School is a two-story structure built with dynamic combinations of metal, glass, block, brick and steel. The district prototype school features numerous enhancements based on technology and community participation.

Each Centennial student receives a laptop for the school year, so two Wi-Fi hot spots were installed in every classroom, along with sufficient power and resources to enhance virtual teaching.

Collaborative learning spaces with displays and computer-aided workstations are located throughout the school so that students can work together more easily.

Key Players

Owner: Davis School District, Farmington, Utah

Architect: VCBO Architecture, Salt Lake City

General Contractor: Hughes General Contractors

Civil Engineer: Nolte Associates Inc., Murray, Utah

Structural Engineer: Bsumek Mu & Associates

M/P Engineer: Van Boerum & Frank Associates Inc.

Electrical Engineer: BNA Consulting, Salt Lake City

Entry submitted by Hughes General Contractors Inc.

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