One of Delaware’s largest high schools seeks LEED for Schools designation

May 18, 2011

Plans for Dover High School, one of the largest publicly funded projects in Delaware history, are complete. The $82 million, 280,000-sf school will have capacity for 1,800 students and feature a 900-seat theater, a 2,500-seat gymnasium, and a 5,000-seat football stadium. Hord Coplan Macht, Baltimore, and ABHA Architects, Wilmington, Del., created a design with plenty of natural light and outdoor classrooms to meet LEED for Schools requirements.

         
 

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