Ferry Farm Elementary School was expanded three times after it was built in 1957, which created a fragmented configuration with disjointed systems. A series of major renovations and additions were begun in 2019 to increase the school’s capacity, create cohesion, modernize the facilities, and incorporate high-efficiency building systems.
This project began with a renovation of the K-3 learning area. Updates include two additions which will provide additional learning spaces, a secure and accessible entry vestibule, and a new location for the administrative and clinic spaces. It also entails upgrades to classrooms, a library, and a central courtyard which features outdoor learning areas and accessible entrances.
2RW’s services include:
The renovated school is more energy-efficient and comfortable for students, teachers, staff, and community members due to:
OWNER: Stafford County Public School
TIMEFRAME: 2019 – 2021 (est.)
SIZE: Renovation: 42,000 SF; Addition: 6,500 SF
COST: $9.7 million (est.)
Phased construction and careful coordination with the owner are helping minimize disruption to the learning environment.