Two steel-framed structures by Varco Pruden Buildings anchor the Windsor High School Farm, part of Isle Of Wight County Schools in southeast Virginia. Blueridge General of Norfolk,
Virginia was the Varco Pruden Builder for the project. The designer was RRMM Architects of Chesapeake, Virginia.
Windsor High School Farm was selected as the Best of Schools Winner in the 2019 Varco Pruden Hall Of Fame presentation.
Using Varco Pruden's Rigid Frame systems, together the classroom and barn buildings total 5,846 sq. ft. The classroom building is used for teaching the school system's agricultural programs, while the barn supports those programs through hands-on interaction
with a variety of animals.
The barn features a center rigid frame section with lean-to's on both sides to create the classic monitor barn appearance. The classroom structure has a masonry wainscot on the exterior walls and front porch posts to complement the Cool Bright Red walls
panels used on both buildings. The wall panel profile is Varco Pruden's Vee Rib and the roof is the SSR profile in a Zinc Gray hue.
The Windsor High School Farm buildings were completed in November 2018.