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Regency Construction Services, Inc. served as Design-Builder for JumpStart Inc. to create two community learning centers in Cleveland, Ohio — the Clark-Fulton Learning Center located in the Fulton Branch Library and the Union-Miles Learning Center located at Earle B. Turner Recreation Center.
Regency Construction Services, Inc. provided Design-Build services to create two innovative learning centers at the Fulton branch Library and at Earle B. Turner Recreation Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The project was funded by Verizon through a special grant and orchestrated as part of a nationwide pilot program managed by Heart of America. Learning center programming will focus on four key areas — digital literacy, workforce readiness, STEM principles, and 5G entrepreneurship — for kindergarten through adult users in order to support educational and employment pathways for neighborhood residents.
In both locations, Regency renovated existing spaces to create state-of-the-art classrooms and collaboration areas for the community to engage in technology-centered programming. The scope of work consisted of a complete interior buildout of both spaces, including new finishes such as cork flooring, sustainable paper product counter tops, millwork, and acoustical baffles. The spaces also received fresh paint and new lighting. Regency renovated both locations simultaneously and self-performed the rough and finish carpentry scopes of work.
At the Clark-Fulton Learning Center, the project scope included interior buildouts of a lobby, meeting zone, and two classroom / meeting spaces that are separated by a glass wall partition so the space can be opened to accommodate larger meetings and classes. The rooms will be enabled to allow for various work setups and technology connections. There is also a virtual reality workstation.
At the Union-Miles Learning Center, the project scope included an interior buildout of a large classroom that is similarly divided by a glass partition to enable various size groups to use the space. Like the Clark-Fulton Learning Center, the spaces were enabled to accommodate various technology setups. This center also included a small makerspace as well as a recording studio.
Union-Miles and Clark-Fulton Learning Centers