Tampa Heights Elementary School is a historic building that burned in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. JE Dunn worked closely with Hillsborough County Schools to provide reconstruction services for a new, three-story 51,941 SF facility. All three floors contain classroom space with a multi-purpose cafeteria and administrative office spaces on the main floor. The overall project scope includes completion of the structural bracing for the East Wing and modification of the bracing at the South elevation, demolition of the existing damaged wood framed roof, interior wood framed structural/non-structural walls and floor assemblies, non-impact windows, and the concrete slab on grade at Level 1. The exterior brick was restored to the greatest extent possible. New windows, roof, three stairwells, and additional classrooms were added. The existing kitchen was replaced, and a new dining/event space was added adjacent to the kitchen and servery.