Dewberry Project in Progress Overview

Over the next 12 months, Consulting-Specifying Engineer will work with Dewberry to provide latest updates on the Apex Friendship Middle School project.


About Dewberry

Dewberry is providing engineering and construction administration support for the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection (MEP/FP) systems for the Wake County Public School System’s new 227,297-sq ft Apex Friendship Middle School, to be constructed at 7701 Humie Olive Road, Apex, NC, 27502, adjacent to Apex Friendship High School. Perkins + Will is leading the project design team. Barnhill Contracting Company is leading the contracting team as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR).

About the project

Apex Friendship Middle School (“M-11”), to be  constructed at 7701 Humie Olive Road, Apex, NC  27502, adjacent to the existing Apex Friendship High School.

Project/building type

New 227,297-sq ft, three-story middle school

Project timeline 

Design: January 2015 – July 2016
Construction: July 2016 – July 2018

Budget (for Dewberry’s portion of the project)

Fire Protection:  $602,170
Plumbing:  $2,096,949
HVAC:  $3,660,045
Electrical:  $3,417,792
Total:  $9,776,956

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