The Debra Ann November Autism Wing at the Lerner School is a facility designed to educate children with autism. The project consisted of the new construction of a 22,000 SF single story building located adjacent to the existing Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital at Cleveland Clinic’s Shaker Campus.
This project consisted of renovations of four elementary schools.
This project included new construction of a gymnasium, and renovation and addition of classroom facilities.
Ozanne and Gilbane provided construction management at risk services to the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School system for the complete reconstruction of Cleveland Heights High School.
Ozanne, Hammond, Gilbane provided owner’s representative services to the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission for Segments 1- 7 of The Cleveland Metropolitan Schools District-Wide Capital Improvements Program. In addition, Ozanne managed the Warm, Safe, Dry initiative that focused on exterior stabilization, ADA improvements, and HVAC improvements to over 120 buildings.
This project consisted of a new 62,967 SF building designed to house grades 4 to 8 with 447 students including an auditorium available to community. The new building was constructed adjacent to the existing high school on the district’s existing property.
The Lakewood City Schools Building Program was part of the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission Program. The District’s program consisted of renovations and addition for the high school and the construction of three (3) new elementary schools designed to house grades PK-5.