Cardno worked on the design team to demolish and rebuild the “Lower School” at Oregon Episcopal School’s Washington County campus.
Oregon Episcopal School’s Lower School serves as the campus entrance, opening up new green space to serve as a commons for students of all ages. The Lower School reflects the OES community’s desire for open spaces that encourage the exchange of tools, knowledge, and creativity; flexible learning spaces that are adaptable to changing curriculum needs; gathering spaces that support interaction at different levels and scales; and a design that embraces nature and the outdoors as a teaching tool.
Cardno contributed civil engineering design to establish all public and private utility services to the school. Cardno designed campus elements including ADA compliance, vehicular circulation, and final grading design. Additionally, Cardno led an infrastructure review of the entire campus including development of a comprehensive stormwater management plan and analysis of the existing and proposed fire water service.