Built in 1983, Wildflower Elementary School was identified in Harrison School District #2’s bond spending plan as needing repairs to help nurture a modernized learning environment. Renovations funded by a 2018 bond included adding a reliable air conditioning system to the school, upgrading access controls, replacing HVAC equipment at the end of its useful life, and freshening up the school’s interiors with new finishes, cabinets, and carpets throughout.
Using an integrated design and construction team, the project met the District’s budget while prioritizing a comfortable, pleasing environment for students and staff. A portion of the budget was also used for new front landscaping and irrigation, further enhancing the school’s curb appeal and refreshed image.
- Extensive interior renovations
- Upgraded comfort and functionality