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Renovation of Candeo North Scottsdale completes

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Renovation of Candeo North Scottsdale completes

SPS+ Architects designed the project, which was built by Adolfson & Peterson.


By David Malone, Managing Editor | September 30, 2021
Candeo North Scottsdale aerial view
Photos: Arch Aerial

Adolfson & Peterson (AP) and Candeo Schools have recently completed the expansion and renovation of Candeo North Scottsdale located at 7191 Ashler Hills Drive in Scottsdale, Ariz. The project included the construction of two buildings, various cosmetic and structural renovations to the existing campus, and upgrades to the school’s outdoor and recreation areas.

The project was built in two phases. Phase I included remodeling the school’s existing administration building, painting and sealing the concrete floors, renovating the courtyard, expanding the playground, landscaping the play field, and upgrading the parking lot.

Candeo North Scottsdale aerial

Phase II included construction of the two new facilities: a 7,902-sf building and a 2,470-sf building. The 7,902-sf building provides the school with six new classrooms, restrooms, a break room, storage closets, and lockers. The 2,470-sf building offers three additional classrooms, a fire riser room, a mechanical room, and an electrical closet. Phase II also included the construction of a covered courtyard for students and staff.

Despite the pandemic, the project was completed three months ahead of schedule.

Candeo North Scottsdale classroom

Candeo North Scottsdale hallway

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