Logos Academy

York, PA

A LEED-Silver Certified consolidated campus

The Logos Academy operates a vibrant learning community of more than 250 students in grades K-12. However, the inefficiencies of coordinating two separate campuses led the academy to seek a location for a new, united facility. For their new home, they selected a historic, former paper recycling plant situated on a tight urban brownfield that required environmental remediation. Surrounded by Codorus Creek and York County Heritage Rail Trail, the site plan was carefully managed through Warehaus’ civil engineering team.
Project Details
Logos Academy
42,000 sf
Completion Date
Architecture, Civil, Structural
LEED New Construction – Certified Level (v 2.2) awarded to the project

We listen.

Serving as a gateway between York city and a residential district, the site drew the attention of local residents who were invested in the sound and traffic impacts to the area. To support the enrichment of the surrounding community, an open playground area was built for use by students and residents alike.

We design.

To compliment its historic surroundings, the design of the school incorporates a storied element of the original structure, a DempWolf designed light tower. The 40,000 sf two-story facility features a spacious auditorium that accommodates a large number of guests, a library/ media center, prayer spaces, student commons area, administrative offices and classrooms for all grades. A cafeteria and commercial kitchen are used for the school and a catering business that teaches job skills and supports low-income students.
Design of the school incorporates a storied light tower designed by DempWolf
Historic paper recycling plant turned into a LEED-Silver Certified Consolidated Campus

We deliver.

The project was awarded LEED New Construction – Certified Level (v 2.2).

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