Smarter Environments for Learning
Building for schools, public and private, is some of the most important work we do. We’ve built research laboratories, classrooms, student housing, full-service dining and sports facilities for leading higher education and K-12 institutions throughout California.
Our education clients appreciate our adaptability, flexibility, and ability to utilize their preferred delivery methodology, including lease-leaseback, design-build, CM@risk, or CM-multiple prime. Our network of educational facility developers also provides us with the capability of providing P3, or public-private partnerships. We help our education clients meet their goals through proactive involvement in all phases of the project, from preconstruction through commissioning.
[On the Stanford Meyer Green project], the towering eucalyptus and cedars in the corners of the green were protected from harm during the demolition of the library, and additional trees were transplanted from other areas of campus.Kathleen J. Sullivan, University Governance Reporter, Stanford News
- Classroom Buildings
- Administration Buildings
- Wet and Dry Laboratories
- Sports Complexes
- Student Commons
- Maintenance & Operations Buildings
- Central Utility Plants
News & Press
- In The News November 19, 2019
Stanford CAM I Building Makes the List at #5 for San Francisco Business Times’ Largest Higher Education ProjectsSource: San Francisco Business Times
- In The News October 11, 2019
Latest M&O honor: Malone Grand OrchidSource: Palomar News
- In The News October 6, 2019
Here is San Diego’s best and worst architectureSource: San Diego Union Tribune
Featured Projects (Education)
Palomar Community College DistrictMaintenance and Operations Buildings San Marcos, CA
30,000-sq.-ft. renovation gathers multiple facilities departments into one space.
Stanford UniversityManzanita Field Garage Stanford, CA
New underground parking structure with green roof that contains sports fields/courts.
University of California, San DiegoMayer Hall Palacci Lab Renovation La Jolla, CA
1,300-sq.-ft. renovation of laboratory space, designed around physics and laser experiments.
Stanford UniversityCAM I Building Stanford, CA
New faculty office building with amenities and underground parking.