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T&T Construction Management Group Begins Work At Jean Ribault High School

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T&T Construction Management Group, Inc., a woman-owned premier concrete specialty contractor, has begun its work on the new Jean Ribault High School, which is part of Duval County Public Schools. The $120-million project will replace the existing high school facility, built in 1957, with a modern, state-of-the-art learning space. Gilbane Building Company is the general contractor and Schenkel Shultz Architecture is the architect. T&T Construction Management Group, Inc. is providing complete concrete scope, including tilt-up panels for the new school.

The 150,000-square-foot project entails ground-up construction of two instructional buildings that will serve more than 1,500 students when the new school opens in 2025. Current high school students will use the learning space at Jean Ribault Middle School, which is located on the same land tract, until construction is complete. The overall site plan also calls for remodeling the campus’s auditorium, JROTC, fieldhouse, and music buildings.

“We are pleased to be partnering with Gilbane on this historical project. We are honored to be one of many contributors at Duval County Public Schools,” said T&T Business Development Manager Ryan McDavid. “T&T Construction Management Group, Inc. is proud to continue our work in the educational space in north Florida, and we look forward to providing Jean Ribault High School students with a modern facility that will serve the community and educate future generations of leaders.”

The new high school will offer over 40 new classrooms as well as a 12,500-square-foot gymnasium and cafeteria that can comfortably seat 650 students. The design plan from Schenkel Shultz calls for a half- dozen career and technical education areas where students will gain first-hand knowledge in professions such as nursing, digital audio production, banking, aviation and robotics, and culinary arts.

County voters approved a half-cent sales tax in 2020 to fund a $2-billion plan to update schools throughout Duval County, including Jean Ribault High School.

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