Camp Road Middle School – Early Site Package

SILD Field Notes

SILD was a subcontractor, performing the site package, for a local general contractor. This project consisted of demolition of an existing campus, to construct the new Camp Road Middle School. Work consisted of mass grading the existing campus to prepare for the new building package. Existing unsuitable materials were removed , to provide a strong foundation for the new building. Select fill was imported to raise the site to proposed elevation. Existing storm drain and utilities had to be removed or relocated to allow for new construction. 

Construction at Camp Road Middle School

Charleston County School District (CCSD) officials joined local dignitaries Friday, December 7, 2018 to break ground for the new Camp Road Middle School building. Construction is scheduled to be complete for the start of the 2020-2021 school year.

The new Camp Road Middle School will be approximately 137,000 square feet and have an initial capacity to serve 900 students, with a core and expansion space for a future capacity of 1,200 students. The school is currently housed on the campus of the former James Island Middle while the state-of-the-art new school is being constructed on the former Fort Johnson Middle property.

Site Photos

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