West Point Campus Consolidations

West Point Public Schools

This project unifies the K-12 schools of the West Point and Beemer school districts onto one campus. It features a new 65,000 square foot elementary building with a kitchen, cafeteria, media center, and high school competition gym. Also included are extensive renovations to the existing high school facility, incorporating the relocation of the administration offices, construction of new science laboratories, and installation of fire suppression through the facility.

 

West Point, NE

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Renderings provided by Clark & Enersen.
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Renderings provided by Clark & Enersen.
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