HOLY INNOCENTS' EPISCOPAL SCHOOL

Math & Science Building
Atlanta, Georgia

The new Math & Science Building provides teaching labs and classrooms for:

The new building also houses space for the School’s Headmaster, staff and admissions offices, along with two full service kitchen and dining spaces for 500 students. It has mechanical capacities to serve one other existing academic building.

The roof terrace adjacent to the math labs is expanded for outdoor teaching space and student activity. A new exterior courtyard enhances student outdoor space. Improvements for student drop-off and pick-up are included as well.

Construction Cost:
$13.6 million

Total Project Cost:
$17.3 million

Status:
Construction start May 2014

Architect:
Collins Cooper Carusi

Contractor:
Hodges & Hicks


Middle School
Atlanta, Georgia

Holy Innocents' Episcopal School, founded in 1959 is a thriving educational institution with an enrollment of over 1,400 students. It offers a balance of academics, arts, athletics and religious studies with a goal of preparing students for a college that best suits his or her unique gifts, while providing moral and intellectual constructs.

Phase One of a multi-phased expansion program included a new 41,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Middle School, new athletic fields, a practice gymnasium which includes one of the area's finest weight rooms, enhancements to the baseball stadium, a connecting tunnel, landscaping and road improvements.

Collins Project Management was engaged to help plan and manage these important projects and helped HIES realize a successful outcome.

Construction Cost:
$17 million

Total Project Cost:
$20 million

Status:
Construction Completed
August 2006

Architect:
Collins Cooper Carusi

Contractor:
R.J. Griffin