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AISD: T.A. Brown Elementary

AISD: T.A. Brown Elementary

Austin, Texas

Architect: ERO Architects

Owner: Austin ISD

Rogers-O'Brien recently completed construction on Austin Independent School District's T.A. Brown Elementary School. A 21st century, state-of-the-art, STEAM learning facility that accommodates 522 students and accounts for future growth. 

This momentous project is among the first of 17 campuses where construction will begin, and it is one of AISD’s first design-build developments for the 2017 Bond program. Rogers-O’Brien obtained the design expertise of ERO Architects to collaboratively deliver the district's vision while achieving environmental stewardship and sustainability. 

The community-based, modernized campus incorporates spaces allowing collaborative, interdisciplinary, learner-centered and project-based learning in flexible education environments. This project received LEED Gold certification and was desigend with a minimum two-star rating with the Austin Energy Green Building program. T.A. Brown Elementary is the first to receive LEED Gold certification in the 2017 Bond Program. 

The expertly designed T.A. Brown looked for ways to become an asset to the community, as well as bring community resources into the school. The flexible learning environments and sustainable systems throughout ensure this school will positively impact the lives of the students, teachers, faculty, and community. 

The school was delivered on-time in January 2020, to allow for students to begin the spring semester in their new home. 

The school received a 2020 Oustanding Construction Award from AGC Austin.

 

75,000 SF 522 Students LEED Gold Certified

Project Details

  • Design-build
  • Modernized campus
  • Green Living Laboratory
  • LEED Gold Certified

FLEXIBLE EDUCATION ENVIRONMENTS

Environmental stewardship + sustainability

Environmental stewardship + sustainability

A MODERNIZED CAMPUS

Transforming The Lives of the students

Transforming The Lives of the students

Connecting the Inside and Out

Connecting the Inside and Out

Space to Learn