Seamon Whiteside + Associates has finished the new Stall High School located on Ashley Phosphate Road in North Charleston, SC just in time for the start of the 2010/2011 school year on August 16. This district 4 school holds 1,500 students and has three classroom wings containing a cafeteria, gymnasium, media center and multi-purpose room in addition to the classroom space. Additional elements include athletic fields for baseball, softball, soccer, football, track and field events, bus, staff, faculty, student and visitor parking areas and access roads.
Project Name: New Stall High School (Charleston County School District 4)
Location: Ashley Phosphate Road, North Charleston, SC
Developer/Owner: Charleston County School District
Architect: McMillan Pazdan Smith, Charleston, SC
General Contractor: M.B. Kahn, Columbia, SC
Engineer: SeamonWhiteside + Associates
Landscape Architect: SeamonWhiteside + Associates
Est. Completion Date: August 2010
Est. Cost: $60 million
For more information, visit the “Post and Courier” article here.
All pictures by Brad Nettles