CRS teamed with VCBO Architecture for the reconstruction of Park City High School, accomplished while school was in progress. Notable on this LEED project was fluid changing conditions brought about by the school district and government agencies. Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation Dist. declared the sewer line from the school as a public line because it was 8” in diameter. CRS provided required drawings of the sewer line from the building to the District, meeting strict requirements and receiving approval to proceed. With the installation of an artificial football field turf on the football field, we designed the drainage system and manufacturer’s specific gravel gradations for this field, meeting all requirements for the manufacturer warranty on the field.