The School Board of Broward County’s KC Wright Administration Building, located in busy downtown Fort Lauderdale, was an extremely complex project. The building houses all of the administrative personnel for the School Board of Broward County, one of the largest school districts in the country. So getting the job done right was imperative. When Advanced took on the project in 2000, the 14-story, 13,000 square foot high rise required tapered insulation and a hot-mopped system fully adhered, as well as metal curtain wall restoration. The building was completely occupied during the project, and the bustling downtown streets were a challenge.
The building suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Wilma in 2005, which blew out virtually every window in the building. The roof was not damaged at all and was completely intact.
Joe Mascula with Mascula Architects and Associates was so happy with the finished product, that he has recommended Advanced for several other School Board of Broward County projects.