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Dallas ISD W.H. Adamson High School—Dallas, TX

Moye Consulting was responsible for the technology infrastructure of a comprehensive replacement high school and renovation of existing facilities. The high school was designed to incorporate career and technology curriculum into the facility’s core infrastructure. A portion of the existing building was renovated into a community health clinic and ninth-grade center. The three-story project contains 280,066 SF of administrative offices, classrooms, laboratories and learning spaces for 1,300 students, including a 580-seat auditorium. Outdoor facilities were added to the campus for baseball, softball, football and tennis. Renovation of existing facilities included efforts to preserve the historic facade from 1915.


The included technology systems were VoIP phone systems, wired and wireless data networks, intercom and overhead paging, audio/visual systems, cable TV, access control and monitoring, and video surveillance.

  • Programming

  • Existing-conditions field survey and documentation

  • Stakeholder interviews

  • System design

  • Demolition documents

  • Construction documents

  • Construction-phase services

  • Wired and wireless data network

  • Intercom and overhead paging

  • Audio visual systems, including auditorium sound system

  • Access control and monitoring

  • Video surveillance

Owner: Dallas ISD
Client: Corgan Associates, Inc.
Construction Cost: $40 million
Completion Date: 2010
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