K-12 Education Construction
At PJ Dick, we build the future … and the facilities that help the next generation prepare for a brighter tomorrow. Our team has experience creating hands-on learning environments with collaborative spaces for students to learn about STEM, skilled trades, sports, and general education.
Education Construction in the 21st Century
The safety of students and staff is extremely important during construction. When working on active and occupied campuses, PJ Dick works closely with your team to create phasing and work sequences that minimize impacts on the learning day while enabling construction to stay on schedule. We work hand in hand with school administrators to deliver projects safely and securely.
Forest Hills School District
PJ Dick was the CM Agent for construction of a new 199,000-sf three-story facility to house the Forest Hills Middle and High Schools. The project included a large addition to an existing fieldhouse as well as construction of the attached new school.
St. Edmund's Academy
Addition and Renovation
PJ Dick managed the construction of a 20,000-square-foot addition and renovation to this private elementary school. The addition included music, arts, engineering and design, digital media classrooms, and a gymnasium.
Upper St. Clair School District
Capital Improvement Projects
PJ Dick provided construction management agency services for the construction of capital improvement projects at their middle and high schools. Projects included a natatorium addition, a new three-story building for district administration, and concessions improvements at the existing stadium.
Central Catholic High School
New STEM Building
This 30-000-square-foot, four-story facility is a shining example of what’s possible for high-tech science instruction. PJ Dick performed construction management at risk services to construct this 12-classroom center with labs for science, technology, engineering, and math.
Manchester Craftsmen's Guild
Our team worked closely with Manchester Craftsman Guild educators to build new facilities that support their graphic design, arts, and horticulture programs.