Harford County Public Schools


Grimm and Parker Architects

Construction Task:

Building Addition


Aberdeen High School was constructed in 2004. The original school was 50,000 sf and contained most of the major components of the new high school teaching program spaces. However, funding prevented the construction of one of the key components to a high school curriculum. The school needed a separate lab and science wing capacity and it needed additional ADA access to the second floor. The project also provided for a much needed locker room expansion. The resulting project involved the creation of a two story classroom addition with connecting corridors to interconnect the new science wing and the existing building. The project also required a new elevator to serve the accessibility requirements of the new wing.