The building was constructed using a combination of materials. The gymnasium utilizes the pre-engineered steel building primarily to provide the required open spans. The outer walls of the gym have a masonry block up to twenty two feet to provide a durable surface in the gym environment. The administration section used a combination of structural steel and standing seam metal siding to obtain the unique architectural look the architect was going for. The classrooms and common areas were constructed of masonry walls and a wood truss roof structure. The use of masonry for the walls was again for durability while the use of more conventional wood trusses for the roof was a way to keep the overall cost lower than it would have been using a metal structure. This facility also incorporates many high tech features from full integration of the automatic access control system to the use of a mechanical and lighting control system.