USD 375 Circle Oil Hill Elementary

El Dorado, Kansas

Gravity::Works worked closely with Circle USD 375 to implement their master plan for facility improvements. A Facilities Committee was formed to develop and support a bond campaign that required community engagement with stakeholders to promote and educate across a multi-community District.

The resulting effort included additions and renovations to the 1957 Oil Hill Elementary building. Building analysis indicated strong viability and with intentional additions and renovations, a 21st century learning environment was provided for students. The deliberate design allowed for increased enrollment and provided extended learning spaces, outside of your typical classroom.

Adding a new cafeteria allowed for a safe room to be constructed. Additional safety measures were also provided by the renovation of the front office and library.

They are an organization who understands the big picture of education and puts our needs as their highest priority.”

—Don Potter, Superintendent, USD 375

Client

USD 375 Circle Schools

Square Footage

16,000 sf

Date of Completion

August 2014

Project Delivery Method

CMAR

Services Provided

Architecture
Master Planning
Facility Assessment/Audit
Bond Planning
Community Engagement
Code Compliance
Interior Design
Construction Administration

Personnel

Vince Haines, Architect
Kerrie Parker, CAD Technician