The existing Greensview Elementary School was built in the 1960s with a small wing added in 2009. This renovation and addition project included the renovation of 16,200 SF of the 2009 classroom addition and converting it into the building administration office with a secure entrance. The existing gym was also renovated to become the new cafeteria. A new 70,000 SF addition was added to the renovated area and includes a 2-story collaborative classroom wing, a state-of-the-art media center, gymnasium, and art rooms.

Each classroom features overhead doors, allowing students the ability to collaborate within or out in the environment beyond the classroom itself. Group study rooms are shared between classrooms and provide the look and feel of more focused environments. The open concept media center features large learning stairs for multipurpose use, a collaborative learning environment, demonstration space, student collaboration areas, and study spaces.

Outside of the building, the playground area was completely overhauled, replacing outdated equipment with modern playground equipment. The entire exterior is complemented with adjoining sidewalks, decorative paving, and landscaping. Utility services to the existing building were protected, re-routed, and/or replaced during construction to maintain operation of the existing facility while the new facility was being built.