K-12 Education

Sage Creek High School | Carlsbad Unified School Distict




Project Size: $100 Million | 150,000 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2010 – 2013
Client Name: Carlsbad USD
Project Address: 3900 Cannon Rd, Carlsbad, CA

 

Project Description:

This $100 million new construction project was built to 2007 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect. Construction was multi-story, type II (sprinklered) classroom buildings totaling approximately 150,000 square-feet.

This site was built at the foot of a natural land slide with an inactive fault line running through the middle of the site. The geotechnical challenges faced were nearly unprecedented, but were met by the project inspection team and the geotechnical consultants to result in a solid foundation beneath this new high school campus.

A series of highly complex stepped footings in conjunction with large retaining walls were utilized to adapt to the geotechnical limitations.

Performing Arts Center | San Dieguito Unified High School District




Project Size: $8 Million | 16,000 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2010 – 2010
Client Name: San Dieguito UHSD
Project Address: 800 Santa Fe Drive, Encinitas, CA

 

Project Description:

This $8 million new construction project was built to 2007 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

Construction was a two-story, type II (sprinklered) performing arts building. The facility includes a 400-seat theater, dressing rooms, an outdoor stage, a 3,700 square-foot music room, soundproof practice rooms and a recording studio.

The new facility allows the school to expand its training program and offer additional classes to more than 1,500 students interested in careers in the arts.

Carlsbad High School | Carlsbad Unified School District




Project Size: $100 Million | 20,000 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2009 – 2012
Client Name: Carlsbad USD
Project Address: 3557 Lancer Way, Carlsbad, CA

 

Project Description:

This $100 million new construction and modernization project was built to 2001 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

Construction was multi-story, type II (sprinklered) classroom buildings totaling approximately 200,000 square-feet. The entire scope of this modernization was conducted while the campus was occupied. Several phases were utilized to accomplish this project without impacting the students.

The state-of-the-art campus conveys the benefits of high-performance design that combines environmental, economic and social objectives. The campus includes a library, career center, classrooms, science and fine arts buildings, and a gymnasium with nearby athletic fields..

Libby Elementary School | Oceanside Unified School District




Project Size: $15 Million | 47,450 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2009 – 2012
Client Name: Oceanside USD
Project Address: 432 Redondo Drive, Oceanside, CA

 

Project Description:

This $15 million new construction and modernization project was built to 2007 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

This project consists of 47,450 square-feet of total building space.

The 14-acre school site consists of 7 modernized classroom and library buildings, 1 existing multi-purpose building converted to classrooms and administrative space, 2 new prototypical quad classroom buildings, 2 new restroom facilities, 1 new multi-purpose building, and 3 new modular buildings.

Fallbrook High School Football Stadium | Fallbrook Union High School District




Project Size: $2 Million
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2007 – 2007
Client Name: Fallbrook UHSD
Project Address: 2400 S. Stagecoach Lane, Fallbrook, CA

 

Project Description:

This $2 million construction project was built to 2007 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect

This new stadium offers a great range of opportunities for active and passive participation by students and community members.

The project included a new artificial turf sports field, a new synthetic track, new home bleachers that can seat up to 3,400 people, renovated visitor bleachers, new field lighting and renovated restrooms.

Mission Hills High School | San Marcos Unified School District




Project Size: $55 Million
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2000 – 2002
Client Name: San Marcos USD
Project Address: 1 Mission Hills Ct., San Marcos, CA

 

Project Description:

This $55 million new construction project was built to 1998 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

This comprehensive high school has efficiently utilized the acreage and aesthetically enhanced and blended with the rural surroundings. The buildings were placed on top of the hill to take advantage of the prevailing breezes, provide a view and distance from traffic noise.

This project included a two-story, 62,000 square-foot gymnasium building, two baseball and soccer fields, football stadium, synthetic turf, and track. The gymnasium occupies a position overlooking the football stadium. The bleachers are designed directly into the hillside just below the gymnasium.

Portola Middle School | Orange Unified School District




Project Size: $6 Million | 50,000 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2006 – 2008
Client Name: Orange USD
Project Address: 270 N. Palm Drive, Orange, CA

 

Project Description:

This $6 million construction project was built to 2001 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

The school consists of 31 permanent classrooms, three portables, Library, Computer Lab, and Resource Room.

The scope of work included new energy efficient windows and HVAC units, electrical and technology upgrades to all classrooms, new floor and wall coverings, new roofs, redesigned administration, counseling, locker rooms and instructional spaces, new teaching walls with integrated and efficient storage.

Ocean Air Elementary School | Del Mar Union School District





Project Size: $25 Million | 50,000 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2005 – 2006
Client Name: Del Mar USD
Project Address: 11444 Canter Heights, San Diego, CA

 

Project Description:

This $25 million new construction project was built to 2001 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

Construction was a multi-story, type II (sprinklered) classroom building totaling approximately 50,000 square-feet.

The accelerated schedule required constant attention and careful planning and pro-activity to ensure the project was delivered on time.

Built on 6 acres, was designed to accommodate 700 to 750-children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The project included administration space, auditorium, cafeteria, classrooms, kitchen, library, and multi-purpose rooms.

R. Roger Rowe School | Rancho Santa Fe School District





Project Size: $40 Million | 150,000 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2008 – 2010
Client Name: Rancho Santa Fe SD
Project Address: 5927 La Granada, Rancho Santa Fe, CA

 

Project Description:

This $40 million new construction and modernization project was built to 2007 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect. .

Construction was multi-story, type II (sprinklered) classroom buildings totaling approximately 150,000 square-feet.

The buildings consist of a new kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, administration offices, science classroom and performing arts building. Support utilities access pathways were created in a manner so that school life would not be interrupted. Boundaries and travel paths also were created to separate school operations and construction.

Saint Helena High School Multi-Purpose Building | Saint Helena Union School District 





Project Size: $4.2 Million
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2008 – 2009
Client Name: Saint Helena USD
Project Address: 1401 Grayson Avenue, 
St. Helena, CA 94574

 

Project Description:

This $4.2 million new construction project was built to 2007 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

This 9,300 square-foot building not only acts as a practice gym for basketball and volleyball, but it also acts as a community refuge center. The building boasts energy efficient HVAC systems, excellent lighting for sporting events, and maple flooring complete with the Saints Fleur-de-lis at center court.

In the center of the St. Helena High School campus, sits the newly constructed Field House building. Modeled after local barn buildings, this split faced block and metal siding structure blends right in to the Napa Valley.

Carlsbad High School Wrestling Building | Carlsbad Unified School District




Project Size: $1 Million
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2011 – 2011
Client Name: Carlsbad USD
Project Address: 3557 Lancer Way, Carlsbad, CA

 

Project Description:

This $1 million new construction project was built to 2010 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

This gymnasium-styled building is located directed next to the new track and field. The 5,000 square-foot, stand-alone wrestling building features one-inch rubberized flooring and a carefully controlled HVAC system designed to mountain a constant, moderate temperature.

A primary challenge for this project was coordinating the logistics of an occupied site and the adjoining, city-owned cultural arts campus.

Anaheim Hills School Sports Complex | Orange Unified School District




Project Size: $1.5 Million
Scope of Work: Project Inspection
Performance Period: 2004 – 2005
Client Name: Orange USD
Project Address: 3450 E. Serrano Ave., Anaheim, CA

 

Project Description:

This $1.5 million modernization project was built to 2010 Title 24 CCR, under the jurisdiction of the Division of the State Architect.

This sports complex modernization project included turf replacement, new restrooms, light poles, stadium lighting, and associated sitework.

ADA access, structural safety and fire safety were some of the more important issues assessed and addressed during this modernization.

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