Georgetown Day School

Georgetown Day School opened its doors in 1945 as the first integrated school in a segregated city. For this project, Forrester renovated 30,000 SF in the private school.

Work included demolishing and replacing interior walls and installing new finishes and MEP equipment. In the library, Forrester put in new operable partitions, linear wood ceiling and high density storage units to condense book shelves and create more open space. In the lunch room, the team installed new millwork and kitchen appliances. The project also added a new hallway and a concrete deck on the second floor connecting two sides of the existing building.

Project Location:

Washington, DC

Architect:

Esocoff and Associates

Size:

30,000 SF

Schedule:

10 weeks