Pathways to Success Academic Campus was originally constructed in 1949 as Stone School Elementary. In 2006, the building was changed to Stone High School and later the name changed to Pathways to Success Academic Campus. The original building is a one-story masonry structure with exterior brick veneer and pre-manufactured steel with metal claddings. The school facility is situated on 6.5 acres in the southeast sector of Ann Arbor. The original structure has experienced at least 4 additions over the years, and currently supports Grades 9-12.
Summer Site Investigation Activities:
In order to support our upcoming projects at this site, we are undertaking a series of soils investigations related to geothermal soil resistivity conductivity, structural soil bearing capacity, and stormwater soil infiltration.
These investigations will involve equipment used to produce soil borings for analysis and some limited excavations. In some cases, minor shrub and tree clearing will be required to provide access to the necessary boring locations and the required equipment.