Little Rock Southwest High School

Nabholz entered a joint venture with Doyne Construction and Carson & Associates to construct Little Rock School District’s first high school in more than 50 years, a three-story building for over 2,200 students. In addition to the high school building itself, Nabholz managed the development of the 60-acre site, a 4,000-seat football stadium with jumbotron, 2,400-seat basketball arena, field house, and various other athletic fields with supporting structures.

The complete scope of work is most easily broken down into three
main sections:
• Site development
• Parking lots
• Green space
• Detention ponds
• Landscaping with irrigation system
• Academic and Auditorium building
• 65 classrooms
• Shared collaboration and maker spaces
• Simulation labs
• Virtual classroom technology
• Career academy labs (CTE)
• Media center
• Health clinic
• Science labs with state-of-the-art technology
• Two-story cafeteria with multiple serving stations, which also serves as a 1,200-seat auditorium
• Two-story media center
• Orchestra pit
• Two dance studios with black box theatre capabilities
• CBI classrooms with fully-equipped kitchenettes
• Multiple collaboration stairs serving as flexible spaces for group learning
• Arena, field house, and other athletic spaces
• Free-standing, two-story gymnasium with seating for 2,500,
• Auxiliary gym with another 335 seats
• 4,000-seat combined football stadium and soccer field
• Indoor and outdoor practice fields
• Field house
• Track and field area
• Baseball and softball fields
• Tennis courts

Designer:
Lewis Architects Engineers
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