GEH Cedar Creek HS

Project Details

  • NJ Schools Development Authority
    Egg Harbor City, NJ
    $81 million

    Awards & Recognitions

    In 2011, the Greater Egg Harbor Regional Cedar Creek High School was the winner of CMAA Mid-Atlantic Chapter Project of the Year Award for K-12 Construction over $20 Million.

    This project consisted of the construction of a new 190,400 square-foot regional high school for 1,092 students, grades nine to 12. The high school is a magnet school for students interested in environmental sciences and engineering. The school includes 27 classrooms; 16 science, art, music and various technology labs; a gymnasium and auxiliary gymnasium; fitness/training center; a cafeteria; an auditorium with performance stage and support areas; a media center; a media technology classroom with a TV control room and media editing classroom; an administrative center; and a nurse’s suite.

    The project was designed and constructed to meet United States Green Building Council LEED-NC certification standards.

    The site design included the development of a wooded 66-acre site. Athletic fields include tennis courts, exterior basketball courts, a baseball field, a softball field, two soccer fields, a field hockey field and a football field with a synthetic running track, grandstands and press box. On-site stormwater management included a Pinelands-approved 1.5 acre retention basin. The project also incorporated an entrance and exit drive (designed to meet NJDCA Homeland Security Standards) with security gates and security shacks, staff parking and student drop-off lanes.

    GREYHAWK was retained by the NJSDA to provide full-service program management services for the New Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School located in Egg Harbor City. GREYHAWK provided full pre-construction, referendum assistance, bid and award, construction and post-construction services in the management of this project. GREYHAWK also provided cost estimating, design and constructability reviews.

    This was the first project approved by NJDCA under the new Homeland Security Standards.