Judson Middle School was the largest project in the Salem Keizer School district’s 2012 summer construction program. The 110,000 square foot school building underwent $2.4 million in renovation work in 44 days, making it one of the most challenging jobs Baldwin has ever taken on. Selective building demolition included complete removal of all existing vinyl tile flooring and associated adhesive residue, all windows, domestic water and steam piping, fan coil units, grid ceiling systems, and lighting. Large sections of the concrete structural floor were removed throughout the school to gain access to the mechanical tunnels below for a total re-piping and re-insulating of all the domestic water and hydronic systems. New aluminum store front window systems were installed in step with sheer wall panels constructed for additional seismic strengthening. No interior finish was left untouched. All tile wainscots were restored, all walls painted, new grid ceilings, new lighting and new floors in every room and hall. The exterior of the building was repainted, parking lots and playgrounds torn up and re-paved, and the modular class room units remodeled.