This seven (7) school addition and renovation for the WUSD was a referendum where Cullen was active in participation at community forums, information sessions, facility tours, board meetings, and architect/owner meetings to provide cost, budget and schedule information for many options. At public meetings, Cullen served as a valuable resource to answer the tough questions, kept the discussion focused on the facts at hand, and acted as a trusted adviser and supporter of the school district’s vision. Cullen also produced a video for community presentations as part of the pre-referendum outreach program.
Square Feet: 63,021
The entire main entrance of the building was moved from the east side of the school to the west side of the school. A new main office was constructed along with a more secure entrance. Several new classrooms were constructed on the upper portion of the school along with the cafeteria. Among the new classrooms is one designated specifically for art. The upgrades included: life safety equipment upgrades, replacement of the emergency generator, upgrading plumbing systems, upgrading existing restrooms, interior remodeling, replacement and upgrades to the existing building including camera doors and latches, replacement of exterior windows and doors, replacement of insulation at the roof and floor tile, site improvements, addition of eleven classrooms, addition of an elevator, addition of a new entrance, office area, cafeteria, and kitchen.
Square Feet: 12,000
New windows and exterior doors were installed, the entire school was painted, fire alarm and security systems were replaced, and restrooms, HVAC, and electrical services were all upgraded.
Square Feet: 25,000
New windows and exterior doors were installed, the entire school was painted, a new elevator was added, fire alarm and security systems were replaced, a new roof was constructed, and HVAC received a complete upgrade.
Square Feet: N/A (mechanical upgrades)
The scope of work included HVAC upgrades, installation of new windows and exterior doors, replacement of fire and security systems, and restroom upgrades.
Square Feet: 57,792
The project consisted of the renovation and an addition to the school. The scope of work included HVAC upgrades, installation of new windows and exterior doors, painting of the entire interior of the school, replacement of fire and security systems, installation of a new roof, and addition of classrooms.
Square Feet: 55,237
The scope included an addition to the gym, new windows and exterior doors were installed, the entire school was painted, wheelchair lifts were added, fire alarm and security systems were replaced, a new roof was constructed, and HVAC systems were upgraded.
Watertown High School
Square Feet: 57,792
The boiler system was replaced, new windows were installed, and security systems were upgraded and added.