In 2009, Fleming Architects completed a new campus replacement master plan for Millington Central High School. Several objectives were included in the master planning process, first of which was a written, program-based matrix which allowed simplified discussion for space planning and space allocations. Second was a facility analysis using the CEFPI (Council of Educational Facility Planners International) evaluation method which provided a graded rating of all of the buildings as it relates to the physical and aesthetic aspects of the facility as well as the structural, mechanical, and electrical systems in the building. Lastly was a study of the history of the school, the city, and the surrounding residential, municipal, and commercial buildings as it relates to the architecture of the campus. In addition to the analysis, Fleming coordinated demolition and new construction in a phasing plan that would allow the school to operate while the replacement campus was being built on the same site. Phase 1 of the master plan was completed in 2011. The design has been completed for Phase 2 and Phase 3 and will commence when funding is available.