Phoenix Union Coding Academy

New High School Building

  • Owner:
    Phoenix Union High School District
  • Location:
    Phoenix, AZ
  • Approach:
    Plan & Spec
  • Scope:
    HVAC, LEED

Harris provided and installed the mechanical equipment and condensate piping for the Phoenix Union Coding Academy. This new, 40,693 square foot school contains classrooms, a maker’s lab, a divided classroom with moveable walls, two labs and a full gym /cafeteria.

The project included several specialty features which Harris was able to install successfully. For the lab spaces, Harris installed stainless steel lab exhaust ductwork and performed the welding in-place. Some areas required grease ductwork. The  gym and maker’s lab spaces featured exposed ductwork which Harris took extra care to install.

Preplanning and coordination were key to the successful completion of this project. Harris had to set all the rooftop equipment in one day.  The team also worked to reconfigure the ductwork so that it wouldn’t clash with the moveable classroom walls the customer required.

This was a successful project for Core Construction and Harris and has lead to new work at Phoenix Union High School District’s Linda Abril Education Academy.