SchenkelShultz Architecture (Orlando) has announced that it will design Orange County Public Schools’ West Orange Relief High School.
With a construction budget of $70 million, the new 385,000-sq. ft. prototype school, with added Florida Vernacular features, will be located near County Rd. 535 and Ficquette Rd..
The school, expected to open in 2017, will accommodate approximately 2,800 students and will relieve overcrowding at West Orange High School.
SchenkelShultz is committed to incorporating sustainable design principles into every project. The firm’s portfolio includes 27 projects that are LEED Certified or Certified Green Globes projects.
Information on Orange County Public Schools construction contracts and RFPs is on this page.