Mosser had the privilege of building the first high school in the Toledo Public Schools Building for Success Program.
Rogers High School serves an urban population of 1,140 students through a traditional high school curriculum and also provides integrated educational programming for students with special needs.
This challenging masonry project features two career training pods with 14 corners, with a student monitoring station at the main intersection of the building.
Mosser Construction laid 415,000 blocks plus a veneer of 156,000 utility bricks with 67,000 additional split face blocks, as well as the construction of two 15-sided pentadecagons with multiple elevations and slopes.
The campus includes a baseball field, tennis courts, and ADA upgrades to the football stadium.
Location: Toledo, Ohio
Project Size: 227,000 sf