Boise High School

This 80,000 square foot facility uses load bearing masonry block through various combinations of wall types to enhance the architectural appearance. Wide flange steel beams composite with the concrete slab is used on the second floor, while open web steel joists and steel deck is provided for the roof. Six 2’–6” diameter concrete columns form a colonnade in front of the media center. Two ten foot deep girders clear spanning 125’ are used in the gymnasium.

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