Amos Hall

Amos Hall
St. Andrew’s School
Audio/Video and Technology Design

Project Description

St. Andrew’s is a private, Episcopal, co-educational boarding school in Middletown, Delaware. Over the course of the 2018-2019 academic year, Amos Hall-home to St. Andrew’s Science and Mathematics Departments-will undergo a major renovation. The building, first erected in 1967 and named for legendary St. Andrew’s science teacher Bill Amos, has served as an inspiring place for generations of future biologists, chemists, and engineers. And while great instruction transcends the limits of the spaces in which it occurs, new teaching styles, increased enrollment in math and science, and the simple passage of time, have made the need for updating and rethinking the building’s layout abundantly clear. The renovation aims to better utilize the building’s space, allows for more active instruction, and creates a more welcoming and practical environment for students and faculty to collaborate and learn.

KMK Services

AV and IT Systems Program/Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Administration Acoustical Consulting

Project Information

Location: Middletown, Delaware
Architect: Zimmerman Studio Architects Pamela H. Zimmerman, 267- 687- 5709

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