Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion Date: July 2010
Architect: WER Architects/Planners
The renovation of the former Federal Reserve Building (49,963 sq ft) in Downtown Little Rock was completed July 2010, to house the eSTEM High Public Charter School.
The new school features 21 classrooms, chemistry lab, physics lab, art room, media center. There is a building-wide wireless network, and each classroom is equipped with 4 computer stations, a built-in audiovisual system with a 3D projector, screen, and speakers.
Special Note: the building is on the National Register of Historic Places, and special attention was given in the restoration to preserve its historic value.