Davis Constructors & Engineers, Inc.

Projects - Education

Northern Lights ABC School

Start Date: 12/01/1997
Completion Date: 12/01/1998
Client: Anchorage School District
Location: Anchorage, AK

This design-build 60,000 sq ft school was also a project on which Davis was involved from the start of design.  It included land selection, replats, street extensions, and utility relocation as well as the general building construction.  Typical elementary schools in Anchorage were costing ASD around 14 million for land, design, and construction.  ASD had» Read More

Mirror Lake Middle School

Completion Date: 07/01/1997
Client: Anchorage School District
Location: Peters Creek, AK

This project consisted of a 159,000 sq ft two-story facility surrounded by over 47 acres of beautiful landscaped property. A walk/bike path provides access to the football field, running track, hockey rink, 3 tennis courts, and 2 soccer fields. The new school building has three identical classroom pods offering 46 classrooms encompassing the core of» Read More

Kincaid Elementary School

Start Date: 02/01/1995
Completion Date: 03/01/1996
Client: Anchorage School District
Location: Anchorage, AK

The project is a 58,000 sq ft facility on 28 acres. The new school has 26 classrooms and all core support elements such as a multi-purpose room with adjacent music room/stage, gymnasium, and IMC. This school bid in January and was two million dollars under the engineers’ estimate. Davis was awarded the contract in February.» Read More

George Morgan Sr. High School

Start Date: 1996
Completion Date: 1996
Client: Kuspuk School District
Location: Kalskag, AK

UAF Statewide Programs And Services Building

Start Date: 1995
Completion Date: 06/01/1995
Client: University of Alaska Fairbanks
Location: Fairbanks, AK

Tok School

Start Date: 1994
Completion Date: 08/01/1994
Client: AK Gateway School District
Location: Tok, AK

The school itself is housed in a single building serving approximately 200 students in grades K-12.  Most of the students are from Tok except for a small number of high school students who are bussed in from Tanacross, a native village 12 miles from Tok.   School facilities also include an eight lane paved track, a» Read More