Langan provided innovative stormwater solutions while minimizing future utility relocations and redundancies and ensuring there was no interruption to the active school campus.
Langan was the common element in the design of numerous campus improvement projects to revitalize campus connectivity at Dwight-Englewood School. Langan’s uninterrupted role in the ongoing projects ensured continuity of the school’s vision, starting with the tenets developed for the design of the Hajjar STEM building and extending later to the parking lot, connection road, and teaching garden improvements. Langan’s continuing role allowed for a holistic approach to maintaining and improving campus infrastructure while minimizing future utility relocations and redundancies.
Dwight-Englewood School is a diverse independent school with 900 students from pre-K through 12th grade. The multi-year project to revitalize the campus consists of a new 28,000-SF STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) facility, teaching garden, outdoor classrooms, parking lot expansion, and improved campus connectivity.