WilderArchitecture, Inc.

D. W. Waters

historic preservation

The D. W. Waters Center project was a complete rehabilitation and interior remodeling of a 1911 high school with an addition in 1920. The structure was the first masonry high school in Hillsborough County. The “old Jefferson High School” is now an alternative vocational high school with courses in carpentry, masonry, health sciences, business, nail technology and culinary arts for the Hillsborough County School. Larry Wilder served as Lead Architect while a Principal of Rowe Architects (Architect of Record).

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