MARIST SCHOOL

Ivy Street Center
Atlanta, Georgia

Collins Project Management was engaged in December 2012 to guide Marist through the next major phase of its Master Plan Implementation Program. The largest project in the master plan, the facility is a new 56,000 sf building that includes 16 classrooms, lecture hall, and faculty offices. It also includes a gymnasium with lockers and coaches offices, redevelopment of the adjacent Alumni Plaza, parking improvements, and outdoor gathering spaces for students. Collaboration spaces adjacent to and visible from each new classroom allows for breakout sessions and small group activities.

Construction Cost
$13 million

Total Project Cost
$17 million

Status
Completed April 2014

Architect
The SLAM Collaborative

Contractor
Brasfield & Gorrie

St. Peter Chanel Hall
Atlanta, Georgia

Originally constructed in 1962, the St. Peter Chanel classroom building houses the majority of Maristís general and science classrooms. After a thorough evaluation, the building structure and masonry skin was found to be in good condition. However, classrooms, offices, restrooms, interiors, windows, and MEP systems had not been substantially upgraded in many years. CPM lead the school through a very detailed analysis of several approaches to renovation that would minimize disruption to ongoing school and summer camp schedules. The adopted plan calls for a three-phase approach to renovations to be completed in the summers of 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Construction Cost
$6 million

Total Project Cost
$9 million

Status
Phase 1 Completed August 2013
Phases 2 & 3 scheduled Summer 2014 and 2015

Architect
The SLAM Collaborative

Contractor
Brasfield & Gorrie


Esmond Brady Chapel
Atlanta, Georgia

The historic Brady Chapel was completely renovated to better accommodate religious services and functions for Marist students and family members. Stained glass was removed, clean restored, and reinstalled in more visible and secure locations. New pews, sound and lighting systems, acoustic treatments, and HVAC systems provide significantly improved conditions for Chapel events.

Construction Cost
$1.5 million

Total Project Cost
$2 million

Status
Completed September 2013

Architect
The SLAM Collaborative

Contractor
Hogan Construction