Father Lopez High School

New Construction Interior Design

Size 90,000 square feet 80 acres
Completion Date 2008
Project Value $30 million
Contact Reference Steve Belflower, AIA LEED AP
  • Programming
  • Furniture
  • Bid and Procurement Documents
  • Project Management
  • Custom Furnishings Design
  • Lighting
  • Artwork and SIgnage Consultation
Architect of Record
Hunton Brady Architects, P.A.

Project Description:

Located in Daytona Beach, Florida, The Father Lopez Catholic High School comprehensive project consists of 90,000 sf of new construction to accommodate its 4-500+ student population. The campus stands as figurehead to the rapidly growing LPGA Boulevard development. The campus, new in 2008 cost $30 million. The 100 seat chapel was constructed in the Spanish style. The stadium seats 1200. Classroom design and its accoutrements are predicated on functioning for high technology and advanced teaching methods. Computers serve not only the student population but are available for public use. Media training is enhanced with the school’s own television production room with a screen and news casting equipment. The campus, its board and its students continue to receive high accolades and recognition for academics, athletics and community service.

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