John F. Kennedy High School is one of 37 public schools in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD). The newly constructed school enrolls approximately 700 students and provides both college preparatory and career-technical pathways.
The campus is a part of an ongoing modernization program funded by the state and local taxpayers. Work included rough and finish carpentry, walls, resinous flooring, doors, site furnishings, toilet accessories and partitions, lockers and benches, appliances, fire extinguishers, stage equipment, scoreboards, gymnasium flooring/striping, telescoping bleachers, gym equipment, lab equipment, casework, bicycle racks, flagpole, fencing, and landscaping.
|owner:||Cleveland Metropolitan School District|
|delivery:||Design Bid Build|
|sq ft:||149,000 SF|