Hapeville Charter Career High School 8th and 9th Grade Academy
Project Location: Union City, Georgia
Project Scope: 70,000 sf $16.6 million
Completion Date: 2010
This facility is the first non-profit owned Charter Career Academy in Georgia. It was designed as a LEED building to be built in eight months, from “we need a building but we don’t have a site”, to move-in with all the furniture and technology needed for a future oriented course of study. The Ninth Grade Academy (15,000 sf) was the first element of Hapeville Charter Career Academy’s High School. It was also one of the first five charter academy’s to receive a grant for construction from the State of Georgia. The Ninth Grade Academy was converted into an Eighth Grade Academy as part of a second phase of construction including a larger, 55,000 s.f. high school building.
Five areas of professional certifications are provided in conjunction with Atlanta Technical College including Avionics Technician, Paralegal, Patient Care Assisting, Dental Assisting and Front-end Alignment / Brakes / Steering Systems.
- Master Planning
- Interior Design
- Program Management
- LEED Consulting and Documentation
Award Winner: 1st Place – AGC Build Georgia Awards Program, 2010
“From the very beginning of the initial phases of the planning of the design of Hapeville Charter Career Academy project, the Sizemore Group design team has consistently demonstrated an extremely professional and focused approach which accounts for the tremendous success in the completion of the ambitious time lines which have been set. Speaking on behalf of the Hapeville Charter Foundation Board and faculty/staff, the customer service rating of the Sizemore Group design team is A+.”
– Gary Martin