By: Claudia Pascual, Multifamily Advisory Group
With the help of Cushman & Wakefield’s PDS Senior Project Manager Lexee Zutz, the Charlotte WIN Chapter partnered with Barringer Construction to host a site tour on June 20. Barringer Construction and Cushman & Wakefield attendees got a glimpse into the construction of Corvian Community School, a local charter high school located off Johnston Road.
The state-of-the-art Corvian High School will truly be a top-notch learning facility once completed. Oversized windows fill the classrooms and gathering areas with lots of natural light. The hallways have meeting rooms for students to work on group projects with glass walls for teachers to supervise. There is ample flex space for the school and outside private events, a classroom for Artificial Intelligence (A.I.), a yoga room, and gender neutral restrooms to name a few features.
What makes this project so special is that the project consists primarily of women team leaders, including Barringer’s Anne Goodson heading the project, which aligns with WIN’s mission. Corvian’s education roots began as what started out as homeschool which grew into the schools current elementary, middle and now high school nearing its completion. The school is diligently wrapping up construction with an estimated opening and ribbon cutting ceremony slated for August 20.
Claudia Pascual joined the Cushman & Wakefield Multifamily Advisory Group as Office Manager of the Charlotte office when C&W acquired Multi Housing Advisors (MHA) in 2016. Claudia has a diverse role assisting in the day-to-day operations as well as marketing and research for her team for the past five years in addition to having worked in Multifamily property management for seven years.