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K-12 Schools

Change is accelerating in elementary and secondary education with new requirements for school technology and security. Districts routinely face the dilemma of whether to renovate or rebuild existing facilities.


Plus, high growth areas yield challenges in accommodating the influx of newcomers ahead of the planning and funding cycle for new schools, which often requires bond approval by voters.

Here’s where Sevan Point can help pave the way for smooth transitions. We apply the latest metrics to program facilities to accurately assess the current and future needs of students for generations to come.

A few of the key factors we consider are:

  • Adaptability

  • Safety

  • Sustainability

  • Aesthetics

  • Special needs

  • Technology

  • Transportation

  • Recreation / Exercise

  • Storage

  • Parking

  • Open space

  • Energy efficiency

  • Food service

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