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V. Sue Cleveland High School, Rio Rancho Public Schools – Rio Rancho, New Mexico

Construction Cost: $113M   Size: Mixed   Completed: 2009

This project consists of a new high school campus located in Rio Rancho. The project has three major areas: a three-story “tower” classroom building, a series of stand-alone, single-level structures, and a stand-alone, two-level gymnasium/locker room building. The site will also include a full complement of athletic fields and support facilities. The classroom building is approximately 200,000 square feet in size. The roof structure will consist of structural metal deck over structural steel joists. The elevated floor structures will consist of concrete over composite metal deck and steel beams. A structural steel frame will support the roof and floor. Winner of the 2010 NAIOP NEW MEXICO Awards of Excellence Award of Merit for an Educational/High School, 2010 Associated General Contractors New Mexico Best Building Award for a CMAR Project, and ENR Southwest Best of 2012 Award for Best Cultural/Workshop Project for the Fine Arts Center and Orchestra Hall.

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