Civic


North Natomas Library – Sacramento, CA

Client: Nacht & Lewis

Construction Cost: $17.3M

Project Size: 22,645 sq.ft.

This project consists of approximately 22,645 square feet of new construction to include 120 public-access computer stations; a computer lab and classroom, as well as a mobile, wireless lab with notebook computers; and a 75-seat-capacity community meeting room and a gallery entrance to house community events and display projects for school and community groups, a reading room with defined large vaulted ceilings that will allow natural daylight into the space and 100 stalls of on grade parking. Estimates were also provided to include a distance learning center, study rooms, and interior and exterior meeting areas. This project was designed to meet the LEED Silver criteria.


Oakland USD Downtown Education Complex – Oakland, CA

Client: MVE Architects

Construction Cost: $39.5M

Project Size: 123,000 sq.ft.

The Downtown Educational Complex project consisted of a new K-5 elementary school, program-based high school, combined child development center, TV station, and a community health facility. The complex is designed to be a CHPS certified project, with the goal of achieving grid neutrality.
Highlights: 2011 CASH/AIACC Leroy F. Greene Design Award of Merit


Consumnes Oaks Culinary Arts Institue – Elk Grove, CA

Client: Stafford King Weise Architects

Construction Cost: $3.1M

Project Size: 8,602 sq.ft.

The Cosumnes Oaks Culinary Arts facility includes a full service commercial kitchen along with a dining area and classroom space. The facility also includes lab space, dry goods storage, a walk in cooler and freezer, office space and locker room with laundry facilities.


La Escuelita Elementary School – Oakland, CA

Client: MVE Architects

Construction Cost: $34.97M

Project Size: 71,691 sq.ft.

La Escuelita Elementary School is a part of the Downtown Educational Complex project. The new elementary school includes the smart classroom concept to aid in an effective learning environment. The design included evaporative cooling, photovoltaic energy, thermal mass construction, rainwater aqueduct, day- lighting orientation and displacement ventilation.
Highlights: 2011 CASH/AIACC Leroy F. Greene Design Award of Merit