Developing a Campus Master Plan

Faced with growing challenges pertaining to circulation and architectural identity, Stevens & Wilkinson worked with School District Five of Lexington/Richland Counties to develop a campus Master Plan for Irmo High School that would artfully address concerns regarding contrasting architectural styles, school identity and on-site circulation.

Addressing On-site Circulation

By revamping on-site circulation and creating a clear delineation between vehicular and pedestrian traffic, our design team proposed an increase in on-site vehicle stacking in order to alleviate traffic backing up onto St. Andrews Road, the main thoroughfare onto campus.

Visually & Physically Reconnecting the Campus

By incorporating a number of new plazas and canopies in front of the existing academic buildings, C.A.T.E. facilities and proposed new Auditorium, the design team was able to visually and physically re-connect the campus.

Stevens & Wilkinson worked with School District Five of Lexington/Richland Counties to define a new architectural identity for Irmo High School.

ClientSchool District Five of Lexington/Richland Counties LocationColumbia, South Carolina Project SizeNew Construction – 50,000 square feet; Renovation – 53,500 square feet