Port Huron, MI
Following the passage of a 2016 bond, Port Huron Schools was hoping to modernize its aging Northern High School, with both modern finishes and systems to support a comfortable and dynamic learning environment.
The transformation of Port Huron’s Northern High School included a new STEAM suite addition, which includes space for collaboration and flexibility. In addition, the project included transforming a classroom wing into a new administration and counseling center. The project also included remodeling of the existing science lab, conference space remodeling, commons area remodeling, restroom remodeling and locker room upgrades.
Existing lighting was replaced with LED lighting throughout the building. Infrastructure upgrades included the replacement of mechanical system temperature controls and HVAC upgrades in student spaces, which combined with the new customizable LED lighting created a comfortable, optimal learning environment for both students and staff.
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