Our expertise is reflected in hundreds of K-12 projects that range from PlanCon consulting for Pennsylvania schools to facility studies, strategic planning, building additions and new construction for multi-million-dollar campuses.
As an integrated and full-service firm, we also provide specialized services that help public and independent education providers make the most of their facility investment. In addition to award-winning architectural design services, our environmental engineering teams work to make schools free of hazardous materials like asbestos, PCBs and lead. Through comprehensive site assessments, our LEED AP landscape architects help direct sustainable design. Our transportation specialists ensure that safe routes are part of the master plan, and our communications technology consultants build effective technology infrastructures that meet today’s high-tech needs.
A Targeted Approach
Our strong reputation for delivering targeted results is rooted in our ability to:
- Develop and carry out a strategic design process that reflects the needs of all stakeholders
- Combine the resources of our experienced in-house architects, engineers, geotechnical teams, technology professionals, interior designers, construction administrators and others
- Conduct environmental assessments to safeguard students against hazardous materials
- Maintain our history of low change orders
- Provide expert analysis of the PlanCon process
- Work in partnership with regulatory and state agencies
- Provide innovative technology design for state-of-the-art media and technology centers, integrated telecommunications and building security
- Design and construct K-12 sports facilities with college-level features
Contact us today to learn how we can help transform your school into a student-centered learning environment.
Millions of Square Feet of Construction
Did you know that L.R. Kimball’s architects, engineers, communications technology specialists and transportation experts have worked with more than 80 public school districts in eight states and managed approximately 15 million square feet of school construction?