Despite its many advantages, few K-12 school buildings are built using total prefabricated systems. However, in the case of this project, ISG, the architect designed the campus with precast in mind from the start. The majority of the classrooms were designed to work with standard hollowcore plank sizing to keep spans low, and the design team sized spaces to work more efficiently using precast. Additionally, spandrel panels were included in the design to maximize natural daylight. By using many different building solutions across different applications — including columns, beams, stadia, insulated and solid architectural wall panels, structural walls, double tees and versatile architectural finishes — Wells was able to rise to the design team’s challenge, pushing the boundaries of prefabrication to create an efficient, economical and durable structure.