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University of Missouri - Tate Hall
Blue Valley School District - Sports Complex
Blue Valley Southwest High School
Blue Valley School District - CAPS
Oak Hill Elementary
Learning has grown beyond the classroom. Technology is providing more diverse learning opportunities. Educators need spaces that support evolving teaching methods – and they need trusted design partners to create these facilities.
Elementary schools and early learning facilities – Learning is fun in a supportive environment. Specialized spaces – like hearing and speech labs, auditoriums, libraries and outdoor play areas – meet the needs of early childhood educators and their young students.
High schools and higher education facilities – Classrooms aren’t one size fits all. As students grow, they need spaces for specific curricula. Culinary arts, sports medicine, science labs, computer coding and TV/radio broadcast all have unique design and equipment needs.
Colleges and universities – Robust campus communities are always changing. Schools are upgrading classrooms, restoring historic buildings, building or remodeling multifamily structures and approving more mixed-use construction. These spaces are differentiators as students look for and expect state-of-the-art facilities with cool amenities.
Dialectic partners closely with administrations, facilities and maintenance departments. We consider current needs as well as future maintenance and budgets. Our innovative mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) designs meet project needs while adhering to the school’s budget and timeline.
Over the last 30 years, we’ve worked with more than 100 school districts, colleges and universities to create flexible, forward-looking MEP solutions for these complex projects. Our sustainable approach means our designs create cost savings and provide a greener future.
In mid-March, everything changed for Veronica Osorio-Cortes: No more in-person projects with her architectural engineering classmates at Kansas State University, no more fun nights out…
As leaders in MEP design, we’re frequently asked about the best approach to creating healthier indoor environments. With people starting to think of what their…