Our team at Miller IDS recently completed an important project to help improve a campus experience while keeping students safe. KIPP, a non-profit, public charter school, had the twin goal of adding eye-catching graphics to identify campus entrances while also providing a heightened level of security.
As a forward-thinking educational organization, KIPP recognizes that among many factors, safety and security are key to providing an effective educational environment. To assist school leaders with the development of a distinct and visually appealing security solution, we worked with the school and American Constructors to create custom-designed, printed window film that highlights the entrances to two middle and three elementary schools located on KIPP’s Austin Ridge campus. Each design features the individual school logos, which assists in entrance identification and school identity. The perforated window film allows visitors, students and faculty to enjoy the uninterrupted view of the collegiate style campus from inside; Building occupants have the comfort of knowing that visitors cannot see inside and that faculty can see visitors as they approach the building.
Rebecca Woodul, Project Administrator for American Constructors shared these kind words, “Ryan Bruce and the design team from Miller IDS worked diligently with us to develop the graphics design to KIPP’s exacting specifications. I was impressed with the level of service and quality in everything from the design process to the installation and final product.”
We thank both KIPP and American Constructors for connecting us to this purposeful project. To learn more about how KIPP schools empower students to graduate from college, click here.