School Facility Planning

Baker & Associates and Studio 120 Architecture have been providing engineering and architectural services to schools throughout western Nebraska and eastern Wyoming for decades. During this time we have completed hundreds of projects for various schools in the area.

Educational facilities bring an element of challenge to the design process. In schools, safety, reliability, and function come first, but creativity and providing a place for the excitement and exploration of the mind is also critically important.

We design unique environments for students to come and learn and provide a thoughtful tool for the teachers to support their needs in an ever changing educational system.

Our projects include classroom and science lab remodels, school additions, and entirely new schools. Beyond the classroom, we have been involved in hundreds of projects ranging from synthetic turf upgrades, to roof replacement, to auditorium remodels.

We can assist in your long term planning process to help make sound decisions for the future.

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Our Projects Include:

Architectural Design
Interior Design
Master Planning
Bond Campaigns
Facility Condition Assessments
Energy Efficiency Improvements
ADA Compliance Analysis
Civil Site Improvements
Window Replacement
Roof Replacement
Gym & Stadium Renovations
Synthetic Turf and Track Resurfacing

Why Use a Consultant?

Why Use a Consultant for smaller remodel or improvement projects?

Districts often ask this question believing that they can save time and money by doing a project in-house without the advice of a licensed consultant. However, consultants are there to protect the school’s liability and to be a representative to act on behalf of your interests. We are there to:

-Provide contract documents that protect the owner
-Facilitate a fair and competitive bid process compliant with state laws
-Ensure the contractor adheres to the contract documents and acts in your best interest
-Provide professional liability insurance against errors and omissions