The project consists of 29 science labs located in 7 high schools throughout the city of Jackson. Renovations consist of painting walls, replacing flooring, replacing ceilings, repairing and replacing selective lab stations and cabinets, replacing selected fume hoods, replacing existing light fixtures with LED fixtures and repairing portions of selective utilities. Two of the seven high schools are listed on the Historical register which required separate review and design for meeting that criteria. Chemistry Labs renovations include student workstations, teacher station, work surfaces and selective storage areas including the fume hood replacements and related mechanical modifications. Biology Flex Space renovations include removal of non-functioning student stations, installation of perimeter sinks, work surfaces and cabinets to accommodate different class types: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics, etc. Typical interior finishes include walls painted with scrubbable paint finish and new VCT flooring with 6” high rubber base. Acoustical ceiling tile, appropriate for science lab environments with scrubbable finish, was installed with the ceiling grid in selected rooms.