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Eberly & Associates provided Landscape Architecture services to reimagine the central outdoor quad on the Woodward Academy Middle School Campus. The existing greenspace, situated between the Dickerson Art Center, Brand-Tucker Hall and Dining Hall, is highly used and in need of rejuvenation. The area is enjoyed by students and staff during all hours of the school day for outdoor dining, class instruction, and passive recreation. This heavy usage, along with heavily shaded areas, cause wear-and-tear and maintenance challenges.

The proposed design aims to minimize those challenges while maximizes the potential of the space for its users. The plan integrates a versatile synthetic lawn with individual ‘pocket plazas’ under the existing perimeter trees. The lawn provides a low-maintenance usable greenspace, while the plazas take advantage of the shade to create areas that can be used as classrooms, reading nooks, dining spaces, passive congregation or anything in-between.

Renderings provided by Eberly & Associates, Inc.


The Academic Training Building addition at Ron Clark Academy added a 42,000 s.f. multi-use facility with an 1,000 seat auditorium and new classrooms. Eberly & Associates, Inc. civil engineers and landscape architects collaborated on this addition which also included a plaza connection linking the new building to the existing campus. The project also added 2 new surface parking lots for visitors and teachers.

Ron Clark Academy is a nonprofit school serving 4th to 8th grade students in Southeast Atlanta. The school focuses on creating a caring and dynamic learning environment promoting leadership and academic success regardless of socio-economic and academic background. RCA is also a demonstration school, providing training and workshops on its campus for educators to visit and engage.

Civil engineering services for the building demolition and a total of 217,468 s.f. of building additions and renovations to the existing Jonesboro High School. Scope included grading, drainage and associated site work at the campus.

In order to maintain use of the school and avoid using any portable classrooms, the entire design and construction team implemented a phased plan to deliver the much needed cohesive design of the innovative campus. Half the facility was demolished in phases to make way for new construction, all while the school remained in operation.

The main entrance was reconfigured to improve the traffic circulation and parking. New construction included a large cafeteria and media center as well as a gymnasium with track plus 4 courtyards were added to be utilized for outdoor learning.

Our team provided civil engineering services for the 156,500 s.f. addition and renovation of the existing Humphries Elementary School located within the City of Atlanta. The updates and additions included new visitor parking and bus loop, improved and ADA compliant entry plaza and new courtyards that address ADA and drainage issues. Additionally a new bio-retention stormwater systems were added to collect and route into newly built underground detention system.

Our K-12 education team is providing civil engineering services for a new high school and gymnasium to serve the quickly growing and diverse community.

The new school, located adjacent to East Clayton Elementary, offers students state-of-the-art learning and athletic facilities. The building’s shape is specifically designed to maximize daylight. Athletic facilities will feature a grass practice field and track, a grass multipurpose field, separate turf softball and baseball fields, plus 6 tennis courts and surface parking. Additionally, it will include a 6,000 s.f. stadium with an artificial turf field and track.

Education facilities are a firm specialty and our professionals stay current with the design standards, code compliance and maintenance issues affecting today’s schools and centers to provide designs that fulfill our clients’ needs and the needs of their students.


Atlanta Business Chronical 2023 Best in Real Estate Award – Best In Design

AIA Georgia 2023 Excellence Award

Renderings courtesy of Perkins+Will.


Clayton County Schools chose an abandoned residential development for its new 700-student, grade 6-12 charter school, requiring the redesign of the existing infrastructure and the major access artery. The team worked with Clayton County to coordinate drives to connect with future roadway realignment project.

Eberly & Associates’ scope of work included civil site design for the school and associated athletics and design of a master grading plan for future development on the site to include utilization and expansion of existing the detention pond.

A new home for Grady Cluster sports, the heart of this complex is the pro-athlete grade synthetic field that is marked for boys and girls lacrosse, football, soccer, and ultimate frisbee practice and competition. Designed to accommodate both daily practice and official games, this field and the adjacent baseball/softball field are designed to GHSA standards. An efficiently sited multi-purpose fieldhouse provides space for concessions, male and female locker rooms, equipment storage, and offices for athletic operations/security.

The site’s location adjacent to some of Atlanta’s busiest highways added both opportunities and constraints. The outfield created additional safety concerns for passing vehicles. The Eberly & Associates team worked closely with expert consultants to generate a ball trajectory analysis. Custom-designed safety netting was added along the field perimeter with appropriate netting.


First place honors for the AGC Build Georgia Awards

Renovation of a historic building and a new addition to create a state-of-the-art middle school to serve the growing Midtown Atlanta community. Based on a previous design that was never completed, the project team kept focused on the school’s history and the importance this new facility would play for its ever-growing neighborhood. Eberly & Associates, Inc. provided civil engineering services for the re-design of this historic middle school. Scope included approximately 100,000 s.f. addition, parking lot, drives, bus drop-off, and upgrades to the athletic fields and tracks.


  • Award of Excellence from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission
  • Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Best in Atlanta Real Estate Awards, Revitalization Category