Trotwood-Madison City Schools - Trotwood, OH
CLIENT: Trotwood-Madison City School District VALUE: $75M ROLE: CM
Megen Construction completed a two-phase, district-wide project for the Trotwood-Madison City School district. Phase I consisted of a 231,000 SF new high school, with a centralized media center, special education classrooms, science rooms, art rooms and life skills rooms. The project also included a 500-seat auditorium, natatorium, multiple gymnasiums, football stadium, eight-lane track and field, and soccer field and tennis courts. Phase II consisted of a 66,000 SF Early Learning Center, two 54,000 SF Elementary Schools and a 90,000 SF Middle School, built using Autoclave Aerated Concrete (AAC) panels, which provide higher bearing strength and R-value. Megen is the first CM in Ohio to build a school facility using AAC panels.
"Everyone in our District has enjoyed an outstanding relationship with the entire Megen staff- from the on-site Project Managers to the CEO. In fact, CEO Evans Nwankwo recently requested a meeting with me, asking me about the quality of service his team was providing the district. That kind of leadership and commitment to service extends throughout the rest of the organization."
Dr. Lowell Draffen, Superintendent, Trotwood-Madison City School District