March 14, 2013 AdminHBA Design, Sustainability/LEED®
Kellam High School featured in the Virginian-Pilot
Kellam High School was featured in the Virginian-Pilot on March 10.
An excerpt from the article:
Tony Arnold, Director of Facilities Planning and Construction for the division, said with inflation adjustments, it’s comparable to the last high school Virginia Beach bid out – Landstown High School in 1998, for $41 million. Over time, he said, features like geothermal heat and high windows that let in natural light will save money on utilities.
“It’s pretty impressive,” Arnold said. “Ten to 20 years ago, buildings this size were energy hogs. Now they use a lot less.”
Read more at: http://hamptonroads.com/2013/03/new-high-school-designed-and-students