Crossland Construction was selected as Construction Manager at Risk for the $18.58 million Broken Arrow Elementary School project. The Broken Arrow community had not had an entirely new school construction project since 1991. Prior to this Elementary facility, all others replaced existing campuses or were school additions. This state-of-the-art structure helps to meet the education demands of a rapidly growing Broken Arrow population. The new facility includes bright, color-coded grade indicators both inside and outdoors to alert the students, parents, and faculty of the different pod spaces. With a centralized theme of “Learning to Grow”, other internal features include a lobby with a custom-designed, large, wood, laminate tree, a cafeteria, a media center, a kitchen, a gymnasium, administrative offices, classrooms, and playgrounds. The gymnasium also serves as a storm shelter, capable of accommodating the building’s full capacity, as well as members of the community in case of a high wind event.
The Broken Arrow Elementary School is the perfect answer to the district’s growing educational needs. From superior design to extraordinary function, this facility will serve its residents and their children for years to come.