Winter constructed the 232,761 square-foot Mortimer Jordan High School in Jefferson County, Alabama. Mortimer Jordan High School includes a competition and practice gyms, locker rooms, weight rooms, theater, lecture hall, media center, culinary arts and food lab, fine arts, labs, and other instructional spaces. The campus includes a football stadium, softball and baseball fields, practice fields, and an onsite waste water treatment facility. The building has two main levels, and the structure is primarily load bearing masonry with elevated slabs of hollow core precast. The building has brick and ground face block veneers, standing seam metal roofing, EPDM roofing, metal wall panels, storefront, curtain wall systems, and canopies. Finishes include polished concrete floors, terrazzo, tile, epoxy flooring, carpet, acoustical wall panels, ground face block, wall coverings and acoustical wall panels. The performing arts hall includes coating ceilings, decorative masonry veneers, and wood veneer wall paneling.