New Jersey Schools Development Authority
The NJ School Construction Corporation contracted Terminal Construction and architects L&C Design Consultants, P.A., for the new construction, building, and site work for the new International High School. The 115,000 s.f. facility was built at the site of the former Dean McNulty Housing Towers, located on Grand Street between Morris and Slater Streets. The new school was constructed of braced steel framing, which was fireproofed, and reinforced concrete. Foundations were constructed of piles with structured concretes labs and grade-supporting structures. Brick and concrete block, reinforced concrete, and aluminum panel systems were the principal exterior materials. Exterior systems included aluminum and glass curtain wall systems. Roofing included metal roofing, modified membrane, all metalwork, flashing, coping, and related systems. The interior consisted of gypsum drywall partitions constructed on metal studs, exposed, painted, and veneered CMU walls as well as partitions covered with wood and/or metal panels.