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Everett Meredith Middle School

Split Focus: This steel framed schools split design helps students break up their time between work and play

The new Everett Meredith middle school is a modern school with plenty of space for kids to learn and have fun. The school is equipped with advanced teaching technologies in the school’s 53 classrooms. The two-story building makes it easy for students to separate play-time form school time thanks to its split design. The academic portion of the school is separated from the gymnasium/auditorium portion of the school by a long corridor/cafeteria area. The corridor section of the school has large store front windows looking out onto the outdoor courtyard and monumental stair leading to the second floor of the academic section of the school.

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Middletown, Delaware
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Concrete, Steel, Masonry, Wood

Project Highlights

  • The gymnasium and auditorium are three-stories high, so kickballs can fly extra high and fly space is maximized in the auditorium.
  • The cafeteria and connector section of the building has large, storefront windows and a cold formed metal learning stair.
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Robert MacIntosh

Principal, Wilmington


I love to solve problems – Sudoku puzzles, crosswords, cryptograms, brain teasers. Then, there’s combining problem solving with math, drawings and construction that is our trade by nature. By never settling for ‘cookie cutter’ solutions, but instead developing tailored engineering designs specific to each project… well, that makes for a very rewarding career.”

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