The Rosa Parks Elementary Expansion and Renovation was a logistically complex project. It included 12 new classrooms with a shared teacher workroom between each class for a total of six workrooms, and a new parking lot inside the existing bus loop. Project challenges were numerous, including the introduction of an engineering firm in the post-design phase. Additionally, Crossland crews were working on the site of an active elementary school where steel was being erected just inches away from fully functioning classrooms.
However, in the face of challenges and the implementation of new technology, and through the use of continuous, synergistic communication, Crossland delivered the project to Union Public Schools three months ahead of schedule, and well within budget.