New C.A.T.E. Center Design

Stevens & Wilkinson, in association with WBE-based firm, Red Iron Architects, worked with Jasper County School District on the design of the District’s new C.A.T.E. Center. The Center now serves the District's new and existing high school students.

Introducing Students to New Trades & Workforce Development Skills

The C.A.T.E. Center, which is connected to Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School, provides a unique program that introduces students to profitable trades and skills that can be used to enhance their future. The Center accommodates programs for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM); health science; information technology (IT); and transportation, distribution, and logistics.

Building highlights include Health and Biomedical labs, S.T.E.M. labs, flexible classrooms, computer and logistics focused classrooms, maker space, state-of-the-art culinary program, and more. The building’s large central area is used as break-out space for the adjacent classrooms and laboratories, large project space, exhibition space, robotic competitions, and/or a meeting area for career fairs.

Stevens & Wilkinson worked with Women-Owned Business and Charleston-based design firm, Red Iron Architects on Jasper County School District’s new state-of-the-art C.A.T.E. Center.

ClientJasper County School District LocationRidgeland, South Carolina Project Size25,000 square feetServicesArchitecture, Engineering, Interior Design

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