Metro Roundup: Indian Springs School Hosts Grand Opening of New Buildings
Indian Springs School, in collaboration with BL Harbert International, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Kayser-Samford Community Commons on December 3.
Built on the old dining hall site, the new 11,871 square foot Community Commons will contain indoor and outdoor seating for nearly 350 students and guests near the waterfront recreation area. Lake. The facility will provide private dining rooms and flexible space for meetings and events. The new gas stations will offer a variety of dining options.
“Having a modern dining room intentionally designed for our current and future needs will ensure that generations of students to come will benefit from the transformative experiences our alumni share with me,” said school principal Scott Schamberger. “I look forward to the Community Commons being the heart and soul of the campus, as was the facility it replaces. ”
The Community Commons is the second project that BL .Harbert International has built for the Indian Springs School.
“It is an honor to work with Indian Springs School again,” said Dan Price, vice president of BL Harbert International. “This facility will provide a state-of-the-art space that students can enjoy for years to come.”
Construction has already started and is expected to be completed by fall 2022.
–Submitted by Rachel Wallace Preskitt