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JE Dunn Construction Completes Renovation Project That Delivers Harper-Archer Elementary to Atlanta Public Schools

February 6, 2020

A former middle school reopened this fall as the Atlanta Public Schools’ new Harper-Archer Elementary following a $10.715 million renovation of the facility by JE Dunn Construction.

Upgrading the building and adapting its spaces to serve elementary school students covered approximately 140,000 square feet and included reconfigurations of select classrooms to support elementary instructional programs which include 21st century and STEM instruction, select upgrades to interior finishes, modifications to HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems, and skin improvements which include new storefront windows, painted façade, and signage

Harper-Archer is part of the school system’s Douglass Cluster of geographically close elementary, middle and high schools.

Cooper Carry was project architect.

About JE Dunn – Atlanta

JE Dunn Construction, founded in 1924, is one of the largest general building contractors in the United States, providing construction management services through 22 offices nationwide, and self-perform services at select locations. JE Dunn’s Atlanta office, established in 1985 and consistently recognized as a “best places to work” employer, as well as for leadership in both sustainable and lean construction practices and for community philanthropy, services an array of market sectors, including healthcare, higher education, K-12, commercial, industrial, manufacturing, mission critical and aviation. Atlanta is also headquarters for JE Dunn’s East Region. The Atlanta office’s portfolio includes repeat work for clients including Atlanta Public Schools, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgia Institute of Technology and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The JE Dunn organization is employee and family owned, and today is represented by three generations of the Dunn family in its day-to-day operations. www.jedunn.com.

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