RGB began working with Kingston Hill Academy in May 2016 to deliver a RIDE Stage II Necessity of School Construction Application for a planned classroom expansion. The charter school in Saunderstown, RI seeks to accommodate growth in student population from the current 190 students up to 260 students. The planned addition would also improve program offerings through a classroom for special education, a computer lab, sensory room for clinical services, music and art teacher office spaces, and an outdoor class area.
RGB partnered with engineering team from BER, CA Pretzer, and also worked with Robert Hendriks from Educational Legacy Planning in developing a vision for the facility.
RGB is currently working with six school clients and continues to bring planning and design for RIDE projects that support improved facilities and learning environments.