Johnson High School

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

Marek Location:  
Project Location:  
Buda, Texas
Project Sector:  
Educational Facilities
Architect:  
Stantec Architecture
General Contractor:  
Bartlett Cocke General Contractors

Named in honor of Moe and Gene Johnson, this state-of-the-art, 3-story, 413,500 square foot school for Hays CISD opened in August 2019 to the Freshman and Sophomore classes. A high school building that includes classrooms, labs, auto-shops, veterinary tech and cosmetology classrooms, multimedia production studios, band hall and theater rooms. The project highlights the architecture of the atrium that spans up to 60 feet high, a 3rd story rooftop garden. GFRG/GFRC columns reached 30 feet in height and numerous acoustical wall panels located throughout the building.

**Scope of work:
Engineered heavy gauge exterior framing and sheathing
Light gauge interior framing
Drywall
Acoustical ceilings and wall panels
GFRG (Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum) and GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Columns.
Roof Trusses
Specialty sound absorbent Gypsum Ceiling’s suspended with Isolation Hangers

Key people working on this project included: Juan Mendoza, Jose Sigala, Abel Suarez, Miquel Paniagua and Anthony Holder

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