ORLANDO, Fla. – Rhodes+Brito Architects recently completed design of the replacement schools for two Orange County Public Schools – Englewood Elementary and Mollie Ray Elementary.
Ruffin Rhodes, co-founder and partner at Rhodes+Brito Architects, said construction on both replacement schools recently broke ground and they will be opened in August of 2017 at an approximate cost of $14.4 million each.
Englewood Elementary is located in Englewood Park off of S. Semoran Blvd. in Orlando is designed to house 830 students and Mollie Ray is located in Pine Hills in West Orange County and is designed to house 650 student stations.
Rhodes+Brito also designed Orange County Public Schools’ new 83,000 square foot Millennia Gardens Elementary, a new prototype school for approximately 950 K-5 students opening this fall at 3525 Gardens Ridge Way in Orlando. This school is providing some much needed relief to nearby Millennia Elementary.
Rhodes+Brito, which opened in Orlando in 1996, currently employs a staff of 20, including seven registered architects. The firm has exceptional experience providing architectural services including comprehensive renovations to a wide variety of agencies thorough the state of Florida, including municipal government agencies, federal, education, aviation and senior living facilities.
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