Garden City High School

Garden City, Kansas
Total Project Cost: 
$79 million
384,000 SF
A&P Role: 

This new high school was built with the support and involvement of the entire community. Located on a 117-acre site and equipped with the latest amenities, the school can expand to accommodate 2,500 students. Facilities include a top-loading gymnasium, auxiliary gymnasium, auditorium, full kitchen, media center, several flexible student resource areas, three-story common area, and culinary arts kitchen. Sustainable elements include an energy-efficient building envelope, day lighting and lighting controls, energy-efficient HVAC systems, bio-detention ponds, and non-irrigated native seeding. 

Awards: National Pyramid Winner, National Excellence in Construction Awards - Institutional Category, ABC National; Excellence in Construction Award - Institutional Category, ABC Rocky Mountain Chapter; Best K12 Project of 2013, ENR Mountain States

“…since we have contracted with Adolfson & Peterson I have been made to feel that the Garden City project is the most important project Adolfson & Peterson has… I am especially pleased with the team’s attention to detail, thoroughness, scheduling, coordination of sub-contractors and emphasis on a safe work environment. Adolfson & Peterson and the AP team’s process on our project is outstanding.” – Gerald S. Bell, Director of Bond Construction, Unified School District 457