Kissel Hill Elementary School


This $10 million project for Warwick School District involved additions and renovations to Kissel Hill Elementary School. The 28,074 square foot additions to the school consisted of new classrooms, a new cafeteria, and a new multi-purpose room. The cafeteria, featuring large windows along one wall to take advantage of abundant natural lighting and outdoor views, includes a separate two-story entrance for after-school activities. Adjacent to the cafeteria is the multi-purpose room, which functions both as a gymnasium and a large performance or meeting room. Renovations totaling 69,505 square feet included the conversion of the existing gym and cafeteria into a media center with an attached computer lab and reading room. Reese Hackman provided electrical, lighting, and special systems design services for these modifications.

Photography by Larry Lefever

Project Size

97,579 SF

Construction Cost


Services Provided

Electrical, Technology, Lighting