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.
University of San DiegoKnauss Center for Business Education San Diego, CA
72,000-sq.-ft. ground-up building on the USD campus
University of San DiegoHogan West Tennis Facility San Diego, CA
New 2,845-sq.-ft. tennis building and resurfacing of tennis courts on the USD Campus
Stanford UniversityPublic Safety Building Stanford, CA
Consolidation of Stanford’s public safety systems into one building.
University of San DiegoUniversity Center Kitchen Remodel San Diego, CA
3,325-sq.-ft. renovation of an al a carte and catering kitchen.
Stanford UniversityCAM I Building Stanford, CA
New faculty office building with amenities and underground parking.
Stanford UniversityManzanita Field Garage Stanford, CA
New underground parking structure with green roof that contains sports fields/courts.
Stanford UniversityEncina Commons Renovation Stanford, CA
Seismic retrofit and renovation of timber structure built in 1922.
Palomar Community College DistrictMaintenance and Operations Buildings San Marcos, CA
30,000-sq.-ft. renovation gathers multiple facilities departments into one space.
University of San DiegoLoma Hall Phase 2 San Diego, CA
Constructed in the early 1990s, Loma Hall is a three-story building with a full basement and consists of steel framing, composite decks and CMU shear walls.
Stanford UniversityLaw Lounge and Cooley Courtyard Renovation Stanford, CA
Renovation of Stanford Law Lounge and Cooley Courtyard.
University of California, San DiegoGeisel Teaching and Learning Commons La Jolla, CA
12,000-sq.-ft. renovation of an existing library space to serve as a teaching and active learning space.
University of San DiegoManchester Hall Conference Center Remodel San Diego, CA
13,864-sq.-ft. interior tenant improvement includes new entry colonnade with all-glass curtainwall.
University of California, San DiegoUrey Hall Q-Bio Rooms 6120 & 6124 La Jolla, CA
This 2,000-sq.-ft. design-build project includes the renovation of two existing labs on the 6th floor of Urey Hall.
Stanford University Medical Center2452 Watson Court Cafe and Optical Shop Palo Alto, CA
Construction of cafe and retail optical shop in occupied building.
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 University Medical CenterBlake Wilbur CT Scanner Replacement Stanford, CA
CT scanner replacement with associated utility work and finishes.
Stanford UniversityMeyer Green Stanford, CA
144,500-sq.-ft. concrete-building demolition and 2.46-acre landscape restoration on occupied campus.
University of San DiegoLoma Hall Level 1 Alterations San Diego, CA
11,654-sq.-ft. tenant improvement of an occupied facility creates a showcase space for Engineering Department.
Stanford UniversityFlorence Moore Hall Renovation Stanford, CA
11-week renovation of full-service kitchen, seven dormitory wings and courtyards.
Stanford UniversitySchleier-Smith Laboratory Renovation Stanford, CA
Occupied renovation of 2,500-sq.-ft. laboratory for laser research.
Stanford UniversityStauffer II Lab Renovation Stanford, CA
Occupied renovation of a 4,700-sq.-ft. laboratory, including wet labs, sinks and fume hoods.
Stanford University425 Broadway Renovation Redwood City, CA
71,000-sq.-ft. office renovation in occupied building.
[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
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