Originally constructed in 1895, The Buckingham School House is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Since 1950, this facility is used for events such as weddings and community gatherings. Chris-Tel Construction was selected by the Lee County Government to provide Construction Management services under a continuing services contract for the historic restoration project.

The scope of work included ADA compliance upgrades, historic restoration of damaged doors, using old growth heart pine sourced from specialty restoration materials supplier from other salvaged buildings, restoration of the floors and walls, HVAC installation, fire sprinkler system installation, and exterior restoration of metal hipped roof, including the cupola with wooden final.

Project Features
Industry:

Institutional

Sector:

Historic

Client:

Lee County Government

Architect:

Stevenson Architecture

Delivery Method:

Construction Manager at Risk under Continuing Services Contract

Completion Date:

August 2009

Construction Cost:

$386,554

Square Footage:

3,000 SF

Key Contacts

Howard L. Wheeler II

Howard L. Wheeler II

President

Donnie Singleton

Donnie Singleton

Executive Vice President