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Best Projects K-12 Education Award of Merit: Westchester Christian Academy New 7-12 Grade Campus

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As a result of ongoing fundraising efforts and resulting revisions to the project, team members negotiated a steep learning curve while developing a new campus for the Westminster Christian Academy.

Photo Courtesy of Brinkmann Constructors
Changes to the program sent project team members back to the drawing board for this school in Town & Country, Mo.
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Although a 30-acre gift resulted in a larger building footprint and additional sports fields, it also sent the preconstruction team back to the drawing board, where plans were quickly revamped for the 70-acre academy.

The project's schedule also underwent revision, though savvy subcontractors helped the team successfully shave eight months off the 22-month schedule.

Due to preplanning, team members saved 20% on the project's budget.

Westminster Christian Academy—7th-12th Grade Campus, Town & Country, Mo. Key Players

Owner: Westminster Christian Academy Association, Town & Country, Mo.

General Contractor: Brinkmann Constructors, Chesterfield, Mo.

Architect: Zwick + Gandt Architecture Inc., St. Louis

Structural Engineer: Ibrahim Engineering, St. Louis

Submitted by: Brinkmann Constructors

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