Piedmont Hills High School – New Classroom Buildings D1 and D2

 

Overview:

Positioned at the Southeast corner of the campus, these new buildings will be comprised of four science classrooms, two science prep rooms, chemical storage, four general education classrooms, one special education classroom, restrooms and support spaces.

The special education “home living” studio space will simulate independent living, creating a functional setting that incorporates the life skill objectives of the special education academic program. With inspiration from recent case studies at other ESUHSD schools, the project will provide solutions that fully incorporate these ideas and create the atmosphere of a place of learning that supports life skills in a warm and inviting environment.

These new buildings will be sited South of existing Building D, creating a grouping of D buildings whose programs are complementary. The new structures provide an opportunity to refresh the pedestrian and vehicular entry experience from Piedmont Hills Road into the South parking and drop off/pick up zone with new building façades that correlate to and yet modernize the existing campus architectural language.

 

Project Budget:   $14.0M

Project Status:  Construction

Occupancy / Beneficial Use:  End of July 2018

Business Partners:

Architect:  LPA, Inc.

Construction Manager:  Van Pelt Construction Services

Mike Van Pelt, 707.695.1606, mike@vpcsonline.com

Contractor:  Thompson Builders Corp, Inc.

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