JCPS Billtown Road/Gellhaus Lane School Campus
This 86-acre Jefferson County Public School campus is conveniently located on top of a small bluff overlooking the Gene Synder Freeway and Chenoweth Run Creek at the intersection of Billtown Road, Gellhaus Lane and Interstate 265 (Gene Snyder Freeway). This brand new school campus will contain three mini-soccer/field hockey fields, and one full size soccer field with associated parking; one Bus Compound Facility building that will operate 110 buses and parking for 112 cars and have a geothermal power supply; the one story James E. Farmer Elementary School with active solar panel array, bus and car drop-off/turn around area and 135 car parking; the two story John L. Ramsey Middle School with active solar panel array, 142 car parking and drop-off area and an additional 22 bus parking and turn around area. This state of the art facility promises to be a great place to work and learn.
Mindel Scott’s Tasks:
Mindel Scott was responsible for the Community Facility Development Plan and review process; topographic survey work and boundary work; civil engineering of storm drainage; sanitary sewer; minor plat; easement plats, and landscape plan.
Bus Compound completed Spring 2006
Elementary School completed Fall 2007
Middle School completed Fall 2008
2,522 SF Bus Compound Facility Building (One-Story)
79,605 SF James E. Farmer Elementary School (One-Story)
171,888 SF John L. Ramsey Middle School (Two-Story)
$33,000,000 (Overall Development Cost)
Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS)