George Washington Carver High School consists of two separate buildings, a two-story Academic Building and a two-story Convocation Center Building
The Academic Building is in the shape of an “H”. The structure evinces elements of the International Style in its horizontality, simple streamlined design, flat roofs, and ribbons of steel casement windows. The school is a brick structure of multiple levels to match the topography, which slopes downhill from south to north.
The ducting was rerouted through the shortest possible way and it reduced the cost of fittings as a result. Also, racks were used for installation of ducts and pipes. This made the process easy and saved time and money.