Madison Middle School

Mansfield Public School: Madison New Middle School

Mansfield, Ohio

The new Mansfield Madison Middle School houses grades 5 through 8 and serves up to 1,000 students in the district. Split into two wings, one houses fifth and sixth-grade students, and another for seventh and eighth-grade students. The new middle school includes space for three art rooms, two science labs, a modular tech lab, and a distance-learning lab. It also boasts three varsity gyms with retractable bleachers and dividers, an auxiliary gym, and a hybrid cafeteria/auditorium. Interestingly, despite being a brand new, state-of-the-art facility, the new school has a very unique, “old” feature. The arch from the original 1925 high school adorns the new school’s entrance.

As the general trades contractor for the $36.9 million project, Mosser’s contract included sitework piping, grading and pavement, concrete foundation and slabs, masonry, structural steel, drywall, painting, acoustical ceiling, wood flooring, and many other work items that contributed to the state-of-the-art construction of the school.

As a LEED Silver Certified project, the building includes many energy-efficient features such as numerous skylights which take advantage of natural daylight, motion-sensitive lighting, and year-round geothermal heating and air conditioning.