Clayton-Bradley Academy

K-12 Academy & Gymnasium Addition, Upper School Campus and Student Union

Maryville, Tennessee

Clayton-Bradley Academy, founded in 2013, creates an environment for children to embrace education and ignite a passion for learning through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

K-12 academy and gymnasium addition
Year completed: 2016
Cost: $5,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 39,200

JAI created a campus quad as the central element of this state-of-the-art K-12 academy. It is surrounded by multiple small modular classroom buildings with field applied exterior finishes for a cost-effective construction, driven by a tight schedule. Since completing the original master plan and K-12 academy, JAI was retained to design a two-story gymnasium, classroom and administrative building. The building comprises eight classrooms, gymnasium with bleacher seating for 500, music room, art room and an administrative area with an educator training room.

The main multi-purpose building serves as an entryway and houses offices, a health clinic, workrooms, storage and a large multi-purpose room with a stage. Two of the smaller modular buildings are reserved for a science lab, library, art room and music room. The classrooms use a cost effective, schedule-driven modular structure with field applied exterior finishes. The master plan calls for future expansion of a new Middle School, and the Upper School included in the plan was completed in 2020.

Upper School and Student Union
Year completed: 2020
Cost: $7,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 22,500

In June 2019, JAI was engaged to develop a new Student Union facility after the Upper School, which was part of the original master plan, was completed. The expansion includes a 22,498-square-foot facility designed by JAI and built by Joseph Construction with science labs, educational technology, food services and other accommodations. Additional green space allows students to enjoy the outdoors and collaborate.

PROJECT DETAILS

Clayton-Bradley Academy, founded in 2013, creates an environment for children to embrace education and ignite a passion for learning through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

K-12 academy and gymnasium addition
Year completed: 2016
Cost: $5,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 39,200

JAI created a campus quad as the central element of this state-of-the-art K-12 academy. It is surrounded by multiple small modular classroom buildings with field applied exterior finishes for a cost-effective construction, driven by a tight schedule. Since completing the original master plan and K-12 academy, JAI was retained to design a two-story gymnasium, classroom and administrative building. The building comprises eight classrooms, gymnasium with bleacher seating for 500, music room, art room and an administrative area with an educator training room.

The main multi-purpose building serves as an entryway and houses offices, a health clinic, workrooms, storage and a large multi-purpose room with a stage. Two of the smaller modular buildings are reserved for a science lab, library, art room and music room. The classrooms use a cost effective, schedule-driven modular structure with field applied exterior finishes. The master plan calls for future expansion of a new Middle School, and the Upper School included in the plan was completed in 2020.

Upper School and Student Union
Year completed: 2020
Cost: $7,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 22,500

In June 2019, JAI was engaged to develop a new Student Union facility after the Upper School, which was part of the original master plan, was completed. The expansion includes a 22,498-square-foot facility designed by JAI and built by Joseph Construction with science labs, educational technology, food services and other accommodations. Additional green space allows students to enjoy the outdoors and collaborate.





BACK TO PORTFOLIO

Clayton-Bradley Academy

K-12 Academy & Gymnasium Addition, Upper School Campus and Student Union

Maryville, Tennessee

Client

Size

Completion

2020

Cost

Services Provided

Architectural Design
Interior Design
Key Personnel

daryl-johnson-aia-ncarb,jeff-williamson-aia,k-rebecca-ware-rid-ncidq

Awards

Address(es)

425 Alcoa Trail,Maryville,Tennessee,37804
Rooms

Housing Units

Seats

Consultant(s)

Civil
C2RL, Inc.
Structural
Bender & Associates Structural Engineers, LLC
M, P, FP
Albert F.G. Bedinger Consulting Engineers, P.C.
Electrical
Vreeland Engineers, Inc.

Reference(s)

Clayton-Bradley Academy

K-12 Academy & Gymnasium Addition, Upper School Campus and Student Union

Maryville, Tennessee

Clayton-Bradley Academy, founded in 2013, creates an environment for children to embrace education and ignite a passion for learning through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

K-12 academy and gymnasium addition
Year completed: 2016
Cost: $5,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 39,200

JAI created a campus quad as the central element of this state-of-the-art K-12 academy. It is surrounded by multiple small modular classroom buildings with field applied exterior finishes for a cost-effective construction, driven by a tight schedule. Since completing the original master plan and K-12 academy, JAI was retained to design a two-story gymnasium, classroom and administrative building. The building comprises eight classrooms, gymnasium with bleacher seating for 500, music room, art room and an administrative area with an educator training room.

The main multi-purpose building serves as an entryway and houses offices, a health clinic, workrooms, storage and a large multi-purpose room with a stage. Two of the smaller modular buildings are reserved for a science lab, library, art room and music room. The classrooms use a cost effective, schedule-driven modular structure with field applied exterior finishes. The master plan calls for future expansion of a new Middle School, and the Upper School included in the plan was completed in 2020.

Upper School and Student Union
Year completed: 2020
Cost: $7,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 22,500

In June 2019, JAI was engaged to develop a new Student Union facility after the Upper School, which was part of the original master plan, was completed. The expansion includes a 22,498-square-foot facility designed by JAI and built by Joseph Construction with science labs, educational technology, food services and other accommodations. Additional green space allows students to enjoy the outdoors and collaborate.

PROJECT DETAILS

Clayton-Bradley Academy, founded in 2013, creates an environment for children to embrace education and ignite a passion for learning through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

K-12 academy and gymnasium addition
Year completed: 2016
Cost: $5,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 39,200

JAI created a campus quad as the central element of this state-of-the-art K-12 academy. It is surrounded by multiple small modular classroom buildings with field applied exterior finishes for a cost-effective construction, driven by a tight schedule. Since completing the original master plan and K-12 academy, JAI was retained to design a two-story gymnasium, classroom and administrative building. The building comprises eight classrooms, gymnasium with bleacher seating for 500, music room, art room and an administrative area with an educator training room.

The main multi-purpose building serves as an entryway and houses offices, a health clinic, workrooms, storage and a large multi-purpose room with a stage. Two of the smaller modular buildings are reserved for a science lab, library, art room and music room. The classrooms use a cost effective, schedule-driven modular structure with field applied exterior finishes. The master plan calls for future expansion of a new Middle School, and the Upper School included in the plan was completed in 2020.

Upper School and Student Union
Year completed: 2020
Cost: $7,500,000 (est.)
Square feet: 22,500

In June 2019, JAI was engaged to develop a new Student Union facility after the Upper School, which was part of the original master plan, was completed. The expansion includes a 22,498-square-foot facility designed by JAI and built by Joseph Construction with science labs, educational technology, food services and other accommodations. Additional green space allows students to enjoy the outdoors and collaborate.





BACK TO PORTFOLIO