This existing 300,000 sq ft facility was re-programmed from a manufacturing facility into a higher ed combined with a new high school for the Meridian School District. Structural modifications included a seismic analysis for alterations under IBC Cht 34 to add multiple new exterior openings in tilt-up panels for man doors, windows and OH doors…. Read More
Axiom’s principal, Lee Harrison, provided structural engineering services for the master planning, schematic design, and design development for this $18M facility. This 2-story project consisted of approximately 80,000 sq ft with unique architectural features including a 90 ft clear span strength and conditions facility with roll-up exterior doors to exterior workout spaces. The main lobby… Read More
The Meridian High School Remodel was completed in two phases. The first phase consisted of structural upgrades and renovation of an existing two-story jumbo brick classroom building. The second phase included a design of a natural light commons area created by hall of skylights, a two-story classroom, and media center addition. The gymnasium construction is… Read More
This 133,000 sq ft school is capable of having 1000 students. The school contains a large CMU gymnasium area and a new cafeteria concept that implements a large amount of natural light. Also included are 2-story classroom wings, open concept hallways, unique canopies and a one of a kind stair system.
Similar to Pillar Falls Elementary in layout, this school has a capacity of 650 students. Also includes the same open stair design that doubles as auditorium space, 2-story classroom wings, a cafeteria and gymnasium space that can be combined for special events. In addition, this facility also includes pre-school classrooms.
This elementary school includes a cafeteria and gymnasium space divided by an operable wall which can be turned into one large space for events. Also included is 2-story classroom wings, administrative offices, media center and an open central stair area that doubles as an auditorium.