CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Architectural projects at five Virginia schools have earned state awards.
The schools, along with three architectural firms, are being recognized by the Virginia School Boards Association. The association is holding its annual convention later this week in Williamsburg.
The winning projects include Yorktown High School in Arlington County and Loch Lomond Elementary School in Prince William County. The other winning projects came from Indian River High School, Frederick Douglas Elementary School, and Buford Middle School’s engineering design academy.
They were chosen from among 15 entries submitted by nine architectural firms in the areas of new construction, renovation and adaptive use of existing space.
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