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Dion Harrington0341.20341_CONST203/15/2010 11:43 AM12/19/2017 9:34 AMRega Regina9341
Construction of a 16-classroom, three-story building at Millennial Tech Middle School. The new building includes 12 standard classrooms, four science classrooms, a broadcast technology instructional facility, and student restrooms. This energy-efficient, permanent classroom building replaces portable classrooms and accommodates the increased enrollment.
  
Clayton Kraft5631.15631_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM12/19/2017 8:17 AMRega Regina9200
​Jonas Salk Elementary School is a new school located at the intersection of Flanders Drive and Parkdale Avenue in the western portion of Mira Mesa. The school opened for staff in June 2015, and students arrived as scheduled, September 2015.

The school is designed to serve approximately 700 K-5 students. The facilities include three, two-story Classroom buildings, a Multi-Purpose building with a stage that opens to both the exterior and Food Service Facility, a single story Special Education building, Learning Resource Center, and an Administration Building. The campus features a lunch court shelter, kindergarten play area, joint use hard court play area, onsite drop-off/pick-up areas, and onsite parking.

A photovoltaic (solar) carport contributes up to 30 percent of the power needed for school operations. A future joint-use grass playfield and park facilities are planned, to be maintained by the City of San Diego.

During the environmental review process it was discovered that Fairy Shrimp inhabited some of the vernal pools located at McAuliffe Park, approximately one mile north of the proposed school site. In order to preserve this habitat, the district is restoring, enhancing and mitigating (at a 2:1 ratio) the existing vernal pools to foster the growth and habitat of this species. These efforts were reviewed and approved through the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
  
JOHN STOKES91170051.191170051_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM10/20/2017 1:56 PMRega Regina9117
Create a campus for iHigh Virtual Academy at the former Fremont Elementary School. Three relocatable buildings are placed on the site and other legacy portable buildings are removed. The facilities created for iHigh Virtual Academy include a high-tech classroom, teacher work area, and a main office. The classroom is equipped with an interactive white board and technology tools. Other improvements provided by this project include LED lighting systems and systems furniture.  
  
JEFF HUDSON9249A.19249A_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/6/2017 10:50 AMRega Regina9249
This project replaces aging portables at Rowan Child Development Center with new relocatable classrooms. The project is funded by grants from the First 5 Commission and Neighborhood House Association.
  
Bernard Calangian91190001.291190001_CONST103/15/2010 11:43 AM10/18/2017 12:02 PMRega Regina9119
Modernizing the food service facilities at Fulton K-8 School includes remodeling the existing kitchen into a mini food court, and converting the adjoining staff dining room into a prep kitchen with adequate cold and dry storage. The kitchen receives new serving equipment, secure outdoor food cart storage facilities, and a new staff restroom. A new lunch court shelter is constructed and the staff dining room is relocated. The project includes electrical, plumbing, and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code and accessibility requirements.
     
  
BERNARD CALANGIAN91470001.1FPCSMALL_FPC001903/15/2010 11:43 AM1/12/2018 8:18 AMRega Regina9147
This project includes the installation of a new portable classroom building after a portable classroom was destroyed by fire. This work satisfies accessibility and California Building Code requirements, including improvements to the passenger loading/unloading zone, directional signage, and student and staff restrooms.
  
HOBY HUFFORDFS001C.1FS001C_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM10/13/2017 4:22 PMRega Regina9992

Interior and exterior improvements for the district's central offices at the Eugene Brucker Educational Center. The project includes restroom upgrades, new interior ramps, and new exterior ramps for building entry. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.   

  
KEVIN OHLIN92890002.1FS008_CONST1103/15/2010 11:43 AM12/19/2017 9:46 AMRega Regina9289
Installation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) upgrades the library and two-story classroom building at Webster Elementary School. New gas-powered heating and electric-powered cooling units are installed. The new HVAC equipment is integrated into the district’s energy management system.
  
FRANCISCO CAMPUZANO0255.10255_CONST103/15/2010 11:43 AM1/23/2018 8:52 AMRega Regina9255
This project includes construction of a student drop-off zone, improved on-site traffic circulation, parking, and street conditions to support safe drop-off and pedestrian street crossing operations. Changes to street conditions include installing dedicated left-turn pockets on both sides of Beryl Street, near the intersection of the school driveway and Noyes Street. At the intersection of Beryl and Noyes streets the traffic signal is adjusted and pedestrian crosswalk lengths are shortened. Onsite improvements include widening the existing school driveway along Beryl Street, and aligning it with the Beryl and Noyes Street intersection. The new onsite parking lot is designed to accommodate staff parking, features eight-foot high exterior parking lights, and perimeter landscaping. A new eight-foot high wood fence is installed from the southwest corner of the school property, extending to the north side of the lot.
  
Lynn Roxas0354C.10354C_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/15/2017 7:31 AMRega Regina9354

A new 1,100 square-foot, single-story building is constructed of steel frame and a metal roof. The building is located at the football stadium and features men’s and women’s restrooms, a three-window concession stand, and two-window ticket booth. This project also includes a new entry plaza and entry gates to the stadium. The project provides accessibility and other features that satisfy California Building Code requirements.

 

  
ROBERT HIGDONAP346A.2AP346A_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM10/26/2017 11:18 AMRega Regina9346

Improvements to Madison High School’s football stadium includes construction of a concessions building, an announcer's booth, athletic equipment storage building, and visitor's side ticket booth. The concessions building is approximately 2,400 square-feet with separate home and visitors' concessions and restrooms. Project features include additional accessible bleachers, field lighting, and a public address system. The total seating availability becomes 1,600 on the home side and 800 on visitors' side. To provide accessibility and to satisfy California Building Code requirements the project includes an elevator to the press box, visitors' side handicap parking, assisted listening devices, and other improvements.  

  
DAVID GRANTCIP0155.1CIP0155_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM10/20/2017 2:30 PMRega Regina9155

The Jefferson Elementary School Joint Use and Building Improvements project includes two phases. Phase one is the construction of a two-story classroom building as an extension of an existing two-story classroom building. The new building is designed to accommodate students from the child development center (CDC).

Phase two of the project includes demolishing the existing CDC building and constructing a new a joint use field. The joint use facility includes a new playground area and synthetic turf field. Jefferson Elementary students have exclusive use of the joint use field during school hours, and public use is permitted outside of school hours. 

  
ROBERT HIGDONCTE001.1CTE001_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM9/25/2017 1:37 PMRega Regina9356

The San Diego High School Multimedia Studio project includes redesign of the existing 3,500 square-foot television studio. The new Multimedia studio features an 1,800 square-foot high-definition television broadcast studio, a 560 square-foot control room, a 900 square-foot audio-visual classroom, and a new 240 square-foot editing room.

  
ROBERT HIGDONCTE003.1CTE003.13/15/2010 11:43 AM3/14/2018 11:58 AMRega Regina9346

The Automotive Repair Facility project is a new 10,000 square-foot building with eight auto bays used by students as learning labs. Two classrooms that accommodate 36 students each are constructed at each end of the facility. The classrooms overlook the Auto Shop through plate glass windows. The building provides an industry-standard facility that supports certification by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.

The project is for the district's College Career & Technical Education program, and is partially funded by a California Proposition 1D grant. Facility design includes consultation with members of commercial automotive fields. These professional facilities are designed to enable student instruction and practice in alternative fuels, advanced transportation technologies, engine performance, steering and suspension, electrical and mechanical components, and brakes.

  
CHRISTINE KAMCTE006.1CTE006_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM1/19/2018 5:30 PMRega Regina9352

The Morse High School Autobody Program Facility project includes construction of a new one-story, 6,855 square-foot building featuring faculty office space, state-of-the-art auto body paint booths, and frame alignment bays. Renovations to the existing Building 600 include installation of instructional classrooms, computer labs and an engineering design room.

  
CHRISTINE KAMCTE007.1CTE007_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM1/25/2018 4:46 PMRega Regina9352

The Morse High School Culinary Arts Program New Facility project includes construction of a new 6,622 square-foot, steel-framed building featuring classrooms and state-of-the-art instructional kitchen spaces. An additional 1,695 square-foot outdoor cafe is constructed on the east side of the campus.

  
Christine KamCTE008.1CTE008_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM12/20/2017 11:02 AMRega Regina9359

Five new structures totaling 10,000 square feet are constructed at Scripps Ranch High School as a learning center for renewable energy technologies. Educational labs include design and engineering, as well as power and energy. Each lab includes an associated classroom and storage. Other building spaces include a lobby, general classroom, instructors' office, and restrooms.

The building includes operable windows for natural ventilation and lighting. The landscape includes a rainwater harvesting system, where rainwater is piped into the building for flushing low-flow toilets. Water flowing through storm drains and off roofs is captured and stored in an underground storage tank, then reused for irrigation. 

The project serves the district's College Career & Technical Education program and is funded by a California Proposition 1D grant and Proposition S. The facility is designed to enable student instruction and practice in sustainable design and green building strategies.

  
JULIO RAMOSCTE009.1CTE009_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM1/19/2018 5:16 PMRega Regina9338

Construct a 5,700-square foot facility for the Hoover High School Green Construction Program. The facility provides an educational lab, construction education equipment, a new 960 square-foot classroom with digital technology, and an outdoor educational space. The courtyard is covered by a canopy for sun protection during outdoor instruction. The project is certified in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). Notable green design and construction features include a solar photovoltaic power-generating system, a state-of-the-art ventilation system to control dust and noise, and pervious paver materials in the courtyard. Construction also includes a new storm drain and water filtration system. The specialized building fixtures and fire alarm, intrusion, lighting and power systems are resistant to impact.

  
CHRISTINE KAMCTE010.1CTE010_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM1/19/2018 4:55 PMRega Regina9352

The Morse High School Child Development Program Building is a new 4,900 square-foot, one-story, steel-framed building located on the high school campus. Interior spaces include a high school classroom, toddler daycare classroom, infant nursery, and educational support spaces such as administrative offices, restrooms, storage, and utilities. New exterior spaces include a play area for toddlers. A new fire lane and vehicle access road is created to service the campus and the new building. Construction includes utility work, grading the soil, paving, and hardscape for the play area. The project also includes new landscape and irrigation systems.

  
ROBERT HIGDONCTE011.1CTE011_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/8/2017 2:07 PMRega Regina9332

The NATEF Auto Program Building project includes construction of a 3,475 square-foot masonry building with six auto bays used by students as learning labs. An additional 3,420 square-foot auto shop and in building 400 is remodeled into one classroom and two auto bays for engine performance and diagnostics. The new industry-standard facility supports certification by the National Automotive Technicians Education.

The project is part of the district's College Career & Technical Education program, and is partially funded by a California Proposition 1D grant. Facility design includes consultation with members of commercial automotive fields. These professional facilities are designed to enable student instruction and practice in performance, steering and suspension, electrical and mechanical components and brakes.

  
Lynn RoxasCTE012.1CTE012_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/1/2017 9:26 AMRega Regina9354
The Point Loma High School Motion Picture Facility project remodels part of the 900 Building into an approximately 4,804 square-foot Motion Picture Industries educational facility. Facility features include a studio, screening room, video editing rooms, audio suite, and instructor’s office. New fixtures and equipment include an interactive whiteboard, an audio-video hub, and a podium with audio amplification.
  
JULIE KATSAPISCTE013.1CTE013_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM9/25/2017 11:02 AMRega Regina9356
The San Diego HS School of Business Management Facility Improvements project includes redesign of an existing 2,262 square-foot classroom, into two classrooms and a conference room, and i21 classroom technology upgrades. Other project renovations include installation of an aesthetically enhanced exterior façade at the Associated Student Body store, known as "The Rock", featuring a weather protective canopy and new digital signage.
  
ROBERT HIGDONCTE014.1CTE014_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM10/26/2017 10:51 AMRega Regina9346

The Madison High School Multi-Media Production Facility is a new 3,250 square-foot building constructed with sound-insulated concrete block. The facility features a 900 square-foot broadcast studio with two sets. A 335 square-foot control room with eight workstations is adjacent to the studio. The facility supports live broadcasts and webcasts.

Additional features include a 1,150 square-foot audio-visual classroom, three editing rooms with audio integration, and a 250 square-foot machine room. The machine room includes computerized processing and distribution equipment, and provides an equipment storage area.

This high-definition television broadcast studio is a College, Career and Technical Education facility that is partially funded by a California Proposition 1D grant. The studio was designed by industry experts. These professional facilities are designed to help prepare students to work in the arts, media, and entertainment industries.

  
JULIE KATSAPISCTE015.1CTE015_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/6/2017 11:22 AMRega Regina9356

A remodel of a 2,627 square-foot portion of Building 100 from an existing food lab into a state-of-the-art teaching kitchen and culinary arts training facility. Construction includes a teaching kitchen with prep and cook-line area, instructor’s office, storage, dishwashing and scullery area, and an outdoor culinary event dining area. A lecture lab classroom is constructed and equipped with upgraded technology, including an interactive whiteboard. Other project features include new heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment, food service equipment, and a canopied salad bar area which is also used by the District’s Food Services Department to serve student lunches.

The project serves the district's College Career & Technical Education program and is funded by a California Proposition 1D grant and Proposition S. These professional facilities are designed to enable student instruction and practice in food-related businesses, such as catering, production of specialty foods, and the development of new food products.

  
Sydney HawkinsDATA.1DATA_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM1/19/2018 4:43 PMRega Regina9357
Construction of a new 10,992 square foot district information technology facility at the northeast corner of the Serra High School campus. The facility is designed as a data center for wide area network operations. Project features include two classrooms, student and staff restrooms, utility closets, and landscaping.
  
Sydney HawkinsMECH1.1MECH1_CONST103/15/2010 11:43 AM11/15/2017 8:21 AMRega Regina9062

The Air Conditioning Mechanical Systems Upgrade project at Cherokee Point Elementary includes the installation of new components for the chiller plant air conditioning system. Installation includes a new chiller with screening, and stainless-steel overhead piping to distribute chilled water from the central plant to the existing air handling units. Other new components include pumps, an air separator, an expansion tank, and variable frequency drives.

 

 
 

 

 
  
Lynn RoxasFPC354A.1FPC354A_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/1/2017 8:24 AMRega Regina9354
Remodel the old wood shop area into a new 3,785 square foot Music Center with three classrooms and educational support spaces. The remodel includes wall and ceiling insulation, sound isolation material, acoustical panels, and acoustical drapery. New fire sprinklers in the unfinished basement and restroom upgrades are among the improvements made to satisfy California Building Code and accessibility requirements.
  
CHRISTINE KAMFS001A.1FS001A_CONST203/15/2010 11:43 AM9/25/2017 10:41 AMRega Regina9352
The Morse High School Track and Field project includes installation of a new synthetic turf with rapid underground water drainage, cleaning, and cooling systems. The project provides a new all-weather track and situated event stations for the long jump and pole vault.
  
ROBERT HIGDONFS009.2FS009_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM1/18/2018 8:19 AMRega Regina9332

The Clairemont High School Stadium ADA Improvements Phase 2 project provides accessibility and other improvements to the athletic fields to satisfy California Building Code requirements. At the football stadium a concession stand, ticket booth, announcer's booth, and additional bleachers are added to both the home and visitors' sides. New additional bleachers bring the total stadium seating to nearly 1,600 on the home side and 800 on the visitors' side. For the visitors' side, new accessible parking and restrooms are added. Other project features include constructing an athletic equipment storage building and installing field lighting.

The baseball and softball fields each receive 200-seat bleachers, dugouts, a scoreboard, scorer's booth, and paved pedestrian pathway improvements. The baseball field is rotated 180 degrees to minimize construction of retaining walls.

  
FRANCISCO CAMPUZANOFS011.2FS011_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/27/2017 9:44 AMRega Regina9356
The San Diego High School New Classroom Building project includes construction of a two-story classroom building to replace existing portable classrooms. The new building features 16 classrooms and barrier-free accessibility. Site improvements include construction of a new student pick-up and drop-off area for school buses on the north side of the football stadium.
  
JANET CORTEZFS012.1FS012_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/1/2017 1:09 PMRega Regina9354
The Point Loma High School new classroom building is a 15,358 square-foot, two-story classroom facility located on the northwest corner of the campus. 
 
Six of the eight classrooms are equipped with 21st century technology that includes an interactive whiteboard, a teacher presentation station, wireless voice amplification system, teacher tablet computer, and netbook computers for students. Two classrooms house the sports medicine examination and rehabilitation areas, utilized by participants of the school’s College, Career & Technical Education Sports Medicine Program.
 
  
JULIO RAMOSFS013.1FS013_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM10/20/2017 11:06 AMRega Regina9338

Construction of a new 30,284 square-foot two-story classroom building at Hoover High School. The steel framed 20-classroom building features new ornamental fencing and landscaping and is located on the west side of campus. The project also includes a new 74-space parking facility near the southeast corner of campus. Classrooms are equipped with 21st century technology, a wireless network, air conditioning, and operable, energy-efficient windows. New educational and support spaces include a computer lab, science classroom, and student assembly courtyard.

  
John StokesK2PROPS1.1K2PropS1_CONST103/15/2010 11:43 AM10/13/2017 7:58 AMRega Regina9060

Modifications to Chavez Elementary buildings correct the crossing of pathways between kindergarten, first and second graders with upper elementary grade students. The improvements include a new exterior staircase, interior and exterior barriers, and signage. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
John StokesK2PROPS1.2K2PropS1_CONST403/15/2010 11:43 AM10/13/2017 8:06 AMRega Regina9155

Modifications to Jefferson Elementary buildings correct the crossing of pathways between kindergarten, first and second graders with upper elementary grade students. The improvements include a new exterior staircase, exterior elevator, interior and exterior barriers, and signage. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
John StokesK2PROPS1.3K2PropS1_CONST503/15/2010 11:43 AM11/6/2017 10:40 AMRega Regina9230

Modifications to Rosa Parks Elementary buildings to correct the crossing of pathways between kindergarten, first and second graders with upper elementary grade students. The improvements include a new exterior staircase, a new exterior elevator, an elevator machine room, exterior 2nd floor barrier, and signage. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Sydney HawkinsS0063.1S0063_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/15/2017 8:17 AMRega Regina9063

Repair, renovate and revitalize Chollas Mead Elementary facilities for a quality neighborhood school. This includes improvements to support student health, safety and security, code compliance, and building systems repair and replacement. New classroom windows are installed, building interiors, finishes and fixtures are refinished, and plumbing and sewer lines are repaired where needed. The teachers' lounge and small support rooms are renovated. Campus-wide air conditioning systems are installed, aging wiring and fire alarm system are replaced, vandalism and intrusion safeguards are installed, and the fences are modified. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements, including the school entrance, exterior walkways and ramps.

  
Sydney Hawkins90630001.290630001_CONST103/15/2010 11:43 AM11/15/2017 8:21 AMRega Regina9063

The HVAC Project at Mead Elementary includes the installation of new components for the chiller plant air conditioning system. Installation includes a new chiller with screening, and stainless-steel overhead piping to distribute chilled water from the central plant to the existing air handling units. Other new components include pumps, an air separator, an expansion tank, and variable frequency drives.

  
JANET CORTEZS0208A.2S0208A_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM1/17/2018 1:30 PMRega Regina9208
The ALBA at North Park Phase 2 project includes parking modifications, modernizing classrooms, converting classrooms and the library into support offices, and interior upgrades. New student drop-off is constructed and accessible parking is relocated. Kindergarten classrooms are modernized into science classrooms for high school and middle school instruction. Other classrooms and the library are converted into counseling, mental health services, psychologist, and support offices. Interior upgrades include ramp entry gates, door hardware, and restroom fixtures. Staff is transferred from the original location to the destination campus. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.
  
JANET CORTEZ92080001.192080001_CONST203/15/2010 11:43 AM10/12/2017 12:31 PMRega Regina9208
The ALBA at North Park Phase 3 project includes improvements to the joint use park, adjacent to the campus. A new basketball court is installed, concrete sidewalk is repaired and replaced, new fencing is installed around the joint use field, and 30 foot high light poles are replaced. New surfaces include matting under play equipment and a new sealcoat on the joint use field. Additional exterior modifications include recommendations from the School Police Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) analysis.
  
Sydney Hawkins9215A.19215A_CONST3/15/2010 11:43 AM11/15/2017 8:45 AMRega Regina9215

The HVAC Project at Normal Heights Elementary includes the installation of new components for the chiller plant air conditioning system. Installation includes a new chiller with screening and noise-reducing equipment. Other new components include pumps, an air separator, an expansion tank, and variable frequency drives.

  
Francisco CampuzanoS9375.2S9375_CONST203/15/2010 11:43 AM10/13/2017 3:41 PMRega Regina9375

Tenant improvements to the sixth and seventh floors of the City of San Diego's Downtown Central Library for the new e3 Civic High School. The new Charter school provides 70,000 square feet of space, designed to promote collaboration. This includes four open learning spaces, three large gathering spaces, a computer technology lab, biomedical classrooms and labs, and a rhythm dance studio. Innovative learning spaces include a central staircase that doubles as tiered seating and lecture space, a café with nutrition lab, think tanks, and seating nooks. The school's learning studio-style classrooms typically include modular glass walls and writable walls for charting ideas. The design received numerous awards and recognitions, including from the California Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH), the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED Gold certification.  

  
Bryan EhmFS016.1FS016_CONST3/26/2010 11:10 AM11/9/2017 3:04 PMRega Regina9165

The Knox Whole Site Modernization Project includes construction of a new two-story classroom building and courtyard at the lower field, and converts the K-8 campus into a middle school facility. The new air conditioned building provides 14 general classrooms, a science classroom, a music education classroom, administrative offices, a resource room, two locker rooms, a work room, and support spaces. The frame is constructed of steel beams and the building includes an elevator. Four new modular classrooms are added to the upper campus, and portable classrooms are removed.

Improvements on the upper campus include installing campus wide air-conditioning, food service facilities upgrades, a new lunch court shelter, and installing building fixtures to serve middle school students. Utilities are upgraded, two new parking lots are added, pedestrian paths of travel are improved, and new landscaping is added. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.    

  
Robert MorrisCTE004.1CTE004_CONST804/23/2010 8:04 AM10/27/2017 3:31 PMRega Regina9350
The Mission Bay High School Café and Student Store project is a new 750-square-foot professional student store, café, and classroom in place of a small, outdated student store. The new facility features a commercial grade entrance sign with the store’s name. Construction includes a dry storage area, a ware washing station, new storefront windows, and glass doors between interior and exterior seating areas. Café seating includes permanent outdoor tables, benches, and barstool-type seats. Store fixtures include point of sale stations to facilitate the sale of coffee drinks, prepackaged foods, and school retail products. This project is part of the District's College, Career & Technical Education program, which provides student instruction and practice in professional working environments.
  
Lynn RoxasFPC287A.1FPC287A_CONST6/22/2010 2:47 PM11/22/2017 10:15 AMRega Regina9287

Overview, Facility Improvements:

An Educational Task Force of the Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC) and district staff sought to identify potential programs and projects to expand educational opportunities in the downtown area. The task force selected Washington ES for improvements that create a more welcoming environment for students and community. The goals are to enliven the school's appearance, introduce a "Little Italy" motif, improve safety and security, and provide 21st century classroom technology.

Phase I:

The first phase includes exterior improvements, interior renovations, security improvements, and initial technology upgrades. The exterior paint in a colorful "Little Italy" neighborhood motif was nominated for the San Diego Architectural Foundation's 2009 Onions & Orchids award. The interior renovations include the main girls and boys restrooms, a new pre-school classroom and restroom, elevator flooring, and other improvements. Safety and security is improved with exterior skateboard deterrents, and new site security cameras. New 21st century technology infrastructure and equipment are installed in two classrooms. 

  
Lynn RoxasFPC287A.2FPC287A_CONST106/22/2010 2:49 PM11/22/2017 10:15 AMRega Regina9287

Overview, Facility Improvements:

An Educational Task Force of the Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC) and district staff sought to identify potential programs and projects to expand educational opportunities in the downtown area. The task force selected Washington ES for improvements that create a more welcoming environment for students and community. The goals are to enliven the school's appearance, introduce a "Little Italy" motif, improve safety and security, and provide 21st century classroom technology.

Phase II:

The second phase includes exterior improvements and the interior of the main office is remodeled. Exterior improvements build a unique visual imprint for the campus, including a new electronic marquee and new public entry. Improvements to the campus include modifying perimeter fencing, landscaping, refreshing the amphitheater, and modifying the playground.    

  
Douglas Penn93550001.193550001_CONST6/28/2010 10:35 AM1/29/2018 11:32 AMRega Regina9355

Replacement of two existing water chillers as a two-phased project. Phase one is an investigative study by mechanical and electrical consultants. The study analyzes the replacement options, and provides a final recommendation to the district. During phase two a replacement option is selected, followed by design and construction.

  
Bryan EhmFPC307.1FPC307_CONST10/5/2010 10:36 AM10/16/2017 8:59 AMRega Regina9307

The New Building Project at Creative Performing Media Arts Middle School includes construction of an approximately 20,600 square foot steel-framed Performing Arts Center (PAC) and renovations to the 600, 700 and 800 buildings. The PAC features a 432-seat theatre, control equipment and booth, a green room with lighting for stage makeup, ticket booth, and restrooms. New educational spaces include two music classrooms, a scene-making shop, support and storage spaces. Remodeled educational and support spaces include music, arts, choral classrooms (600 Building), kitchen, cafeteria, and black box theater (700 Building), and dance rooms (800 Building).   

  
Bryan EhmFPC307.3FPC307_CONST3010/5/2010 10:38 AM10/16/2017 8:10 AMRega Regina9307

The Whole Site Modernization (Prop S) project at Creative Performing Media Arts Middle School includes air conditioning installation, classroom remodeling, exterior and interior painting and repairs. The campus is improved with new security fencing and landscaping. Deaf and Hard of Hearing classrooms improvements include the creation of special education sensory spaces. Food service upgrades include new kiosks. Restroom upgrades are part of the accessibility and other improvements provided by this project to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Kevin Ohlin93490002.193490002_CONST10/27/2010 11:20 AM10/27/2017 8:34 AMRega Regina9349

The Mira Mesa High School Broadcast Journalism project remodels a TV studio teaching facility into a new, state-of-the-art broadcast studio with educational spaces. The project includes constructing a new vestibule and upgrading a classroom, conference, and control rooms. An audio visual, data server, and storage rooms are remodeled and equipped. A new fiber optic cable system and new broadcast equipment are installed for live broadcast capability. Throughout the new facility new acoustical boards, lighting, electrical, data, heating, and air conditioning systems are upgraded.

  
Kevin Ohlin93490003.193490003_CONST10/27/2010 11:33 AM10/27/2017 12:04 PMRega Regina9349

The Mira Mesa High School Screen Printing & Computerized Graphic Design project remodels a graphic arts classroom into a new, state-of-the-art screen printing classroom and an adjacent graphic design computer lab. Screen printing equipment is installed and the ventilation system is upgraded. The remodel of these spaces includes new interior windows that provide a visual link between the screen printing and graphic design computer lab. In the graphic design computer lab the technology infrastructure is upgraded to support the new computer equipment.

  
Francisco CampuzanoFS005.1FS005_CONST3/14/2011 9:55 AM10/12/2017 3:27 PMRega Regina9302

The Whole Site Modernization project at Bell Middle School includes improvements to building systems, interiors, and to exterior spaces. Building systems improvements include installation of new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems in classrooms and educational support spaces. Additional building systems upgrades include the data network, security and safety, electrical, and plumbing.

Interior repairs and renovations include the food services area, kitchen, restrooms, new classroom finishes, and new windows and doors for all spaces. Upgraded flooring and a new partition wall are installed in the multipurpose building.

Exterior improvements include upgrades to all classrooms and parking lots, and a new student pick up and drop off area. Concrete work throughout the campus includes new sidewalks and repairing steps that access the parking lot. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Janet Cortez93590050.193590050_CONST3/23/2011 9:33 AM9/26/2017 10:13 AMRega Regina9359

The Whole Site Modernization project for Scripps Ranch High School includes construction of a new 12-classroom building at the northwest corner of the campus, and demolition of 12 portable classrooms at the southeast corner of the campus. The main campus is improved with campus wide wireless infrastructure, installation of i21 classroom technology, which includes interactive whiteboards, tablets for teachers, and netbooks for students. Site improvements also include installation of air conditioning in educational support spaces, classroom modernization, electrical systems, and fire alarm systems.

Site improvements to the athletic fields include construction of a new facilities building, new gating and ticket booth at the football stadium entrance, and removal/replacement of the existing tennis courts. Relocation of the existing softball field includes new accessible dugouts, bullpens, batting cages, press/announcer's booths, concession stands, and athletic equipment storage areas.

 
  
Julio RamosFS001B.1FS001B_CONST6/14/2011 1:34 PM10/20/2017 11:02 AMRega Regina9338

The Hoover High School Sports Facilities Upgrade project includes renovation and upgrades to the football stadium, baseball field, and construction of a new softball field. A new pedestrian access route is paved from El Cajon Blvd. to the school athletic facilities (El Paseo), a new parking lot is added, and landscape and irrigation systems are upgraded. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

For the football stadium a new 3,436 square-foot athletic facilities building is constructed. It includes a concession stand, ticket office, restrooms, and athletic equipment storage. A new press box and elevator are constructed, and the bleachers are replaced. New features on the field include stadium lighting, a new scoreboard, and goal posts. The stadium perimeter is enhanced with new landscape and ornamental fencing.

For the baseball field a new 960 square-foot storage building is constructed for landscape equipment. New dugouts are constructed, and the bleachers are replaced. New features on the field include a new backstop and scoreboard. The baseball field is enhanced with a Ted Williams memorial wall.

  
Julio RamosFS001B.2FS001B_CONST106/15/2011 11:17 AM10/20/2017 11:26 AMRega Regina9338

The Hoover High School Track and Field project includes improvements to the football field, running track, and underground utilities. The grass football field is replaced with a durable synthetic turf field, marked with yard lines, end zones, and the school logo. The dirt track is replaced with an all-weather track, delineated with lane markings. Surfaces are graded for improved water sheeting and the underground drainage system is upgraded.

  
Christine Kam93380001.193380001_CONST6/15/2011 11:21 AM10/20/2017 10:23 AMRega Regina9338

Remodel a 5,400 square-foot area of Building 700 at Hoover High School into the Academy of Information Technology (AOIT). AOIT is an integrated media communications technology facility for College, Career & Technical Education (CCTE). The new facility features two classrooms, 68 student workstations, a soundproof systems lab, and control room. A new network server room with dedicated 24-hour climate control system supports the new technology equipment. The facility also provides a meeting room, two instructors' offices and two storage rooms. AOIT is a CCTE project funded by a California Proposition 1D grant and Proposition S.

  
Julio RamosS0170.1S0170_CONST206/16/2011 9:09 AM10/24/2017 1:28 PMRega Regina9170

The Language Academy New Classroom Building Project is the construction of a new classroom building, an addition to the 700 building, and a joint use field.

The new "L" shaped building is 24,761 square-feet, two stories, provides 14 classrooms, and integrates a colorful second floor screen wall system. The new classroom building features green sustainable design, a cool roof and shading devices, infrastructure for a solar photovoltaic system, and finishes containing recycled content. The building is designed to utilize natural daylight and ventilation in all classrooms, supplemented by a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. New classrooms include one for kindergarten, six for early elementary, and seven for grades 3 through 5 on the second floor.

The addition to the middle school 700 building is 4,112 square-feet, two stories, and provides 2 classrooms. The new classrooms include one for science and one for music. Other improvements to the middle school building include installation of new HVAC and a fire sprinkler system. HVAC is also installed in the Library.

Improvements to the campus include a new joint-use field with the City of San Diego, new off street parking, a student pick-up and drop-off area, and a public address system.

  
Bryan Ehm93550003.293550003_CONST106/16/2011 1:19 PM11/7/2017 9:12 AMRega Regina9355

This project is the installation of a synthetic turf football field and all-weather running track. Construction includes grading the dirt track and grass field surfaces, and improving the drainage system. The synthetic turf football field is marked with the University City High School logo and California Interscholastic Federation compliant striping.

  
Bryan Ehm93550005.393550005_CONST206/16/2011 1:20 PM11/7/2017 9:11 AMRega Regina9355

New innovative lighting is installed for the new football field. The new lighting enables nighttime practices and games. Additional new features include an 8’x24’ wireless scoreboard at the east end of the field.

  
Bryan Ehm93550006.193550006_CONST6/16/2011 1:21 PM10/9/2017 2:55 PMRega Regina9355

The parking lot improvements reconfigure the bus drop off, vehicle loading zones, and pedestrian paths of travel. Additional features include new paving for student and administrative parking lots, and energy-efficient exterior LED lighting. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements. The athletic facilities and parking lot upgrades are part of a series of projects that optimize the football field stadium, upper athletic fields, and gymnasium.

  
Alonso CasasS9355.2S9355_CONST6/16/2011 1:21 PM1/29/2018 10:17 AMRega Regina9355

The site modernization project at University City High School includes both campus-wide and individual building improvements. Campus-wide improvements include heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system repairs and upgrades, fire alarm system, lighting systems, classroom accessibility upgrades, and restroom renovation. Exterior improvements include asphalt paving replacement at the north and east fire lanes, and new raised landscape planters and bench seating in the courtyard.

Building improvements include gymnasium renovation. Building 100 modernization improves space utilization and interior finishes, including the counseling area. Building 200 includes auditorium and minor kitchen and food service upgrades. Building 300 modernization includes the locker rooms, concession stand, entry lobby, a new sound system, bleacher replacement and new basketball hoops. Building 600 modernization includes installation of new science lab flooring, and science lab ventilation repairs.

The project provides accessibility improvements including the building 400 lecture hall and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Lynn Roxas93540002.193540002_CONST6/28/2011 8:27 AM11/1/2017 12:01 PMRega Regina9354

Construction of a new 3,190 square-foot weight room and exercise facility at Point Loma High School, just west of the track and football field. The construction is of wood frame, exterior stucco, a metal roof, insulated walls and ceilings, rollup doors, and operable double pane windows. Improvements surrounding the new building include a new fire lane and pedestrian pathways. Use of the new facility includes Point Loma High School physical education classes and scholastic athletes. This Proposition S project is supplemented by the Jimmie Johnson Foundation Lowe's Toolbox for Education™ Champions Grant for the new weight room's exercise equipment. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Robert Morris90950001.190950001_CONST7/20/2011 2:04 PM10/16/2017 9:32 AMRega Regina9095

The New Classroom Building project at Euclid Elementary School includes construction of a 19,000 square foot, two-story building. New educational spaces include 13 new classrooms, each equipped with 21st century technology. Sixteen portable classrooms are removed from the campus, and new landscaping is added. Underground sewer lines and storm drains are replaced to service both the new building and the Euclid Elementary campus.

  
German Rearte0349A.20349A_CONST107/28/2011 8:52 AM1/16/2018 11:19 AMRega Regina9349
Improvements and new features of the Mira Mesa stadium complex and athletic fields include new stadium entry plaza, new home and visitor accessible ticket booths, and press box renovations with a new elevator. The home and visitor bleachers are renovated with areas for accessible seating. Additional stadium facilities renovations include home and visitor concessions, restroom buildings, field lighting, PA system, football stadium scoreboard, and new security fencing.

New features of the athletic fields include discus and shot put fields, baseball field scoreboard, and girls' softball field scoreboard. Upgrades to the girls' softball field also include new dugouts, bull pen, and announcer's booth.

This project provides accessibility improvements to all areas of the stadium from parking areas as well as other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements. The scope of work was defined using feedback from a series of community input meetings and the Propositions S&Z Bond Project Lists.
  
Alonso Casas93420050.193420050_CONST8/12/2011 10:34 AM7/16/2018 9:37 AMRega Regina9342

The Whole Site Modernization project at La Jolla High School includes a new campus entrance, exterior painting of all buildings, and repairs and improvements to building interiors and systems.

The new campus entrance through building 200 provides new gates and ornamental fencing. Campus improvements also include renovated walkways, drinking fountains, and new security fencing.

Building interior improvements include converting building 800A into lab classrooms, remodeling the science building, and lab classrooms in building 700. Renovations include the food services area, a kitchen grease trap interceptor, the girls’ locker rooms, and building 500 restrooms and exterior finishes.

Building systems repair and upgrades include new air conditioning installation where needed in classrooms and educational support spaces. Existing heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems are upgraded. Aging plumbing, sewer lines, heating systems, and electrical systems are repaired or replaced where needed. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Alonso Casas93420004.293420004_CONST108/16/2011 11:07 AM10/9/2017 2:08 PMRega Regina9342
The running track is resurfaced with durable materials for extended years of use. The synthetic turf field is replaced with new synthetic turf, while the storm drain system for the field is improved. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.  
  
Kevan Potter91710050.291710050.29/8/2011 8:57 AM8/23/2022 9:44 AMDaley Michael9171

The Pacific View Leadership Elementary School Whole Site Modernization project includes improvements to building systems, interiors, exterior spaces, and removal of excess portable classroom buildings.  Building systems upgrades include security & safety, electrical, and plumbing. 

The Whole Site Modernization includes the renovation of existing buildings 100 thru 400.  The administration portion of Building 100 will renovate the existing area of the building and construct a new 1,800 square foot addition. Other upgrades in Building 100 will include restrooms, classrooms, food service and auditorium improvements. Improvements to Buildings 200, 300 and 400 will include the conversion of three classrooms to two kindergarten spaces in Building 200 and renovations to the restrooms, support spaces and the remaining classrooms in these buildings.  The seven existing portables on site will be demolished and removed to make room for site work improvements.  

Exterior improvements include new parking lot, and improvements to student pick up and drop off area.  Concrete work throughout the campus includes new sidewalks and repairs throughout the site to improve accessibility and satisfy California Building Code requirements. 

  
Robert MorrisS0135.1S0135_CONST11/1/2011 5:59 PM10/19/2017 3:02 PMRega Regina9135

The Hamilton Elementary School whole site modernization and HVAC project includes a new kindergarten classroom building, repair and improvement to existing buildings, heating, ventilation and air conditioning installation, and security upgrades. 

The new 6,255-square-foot kindergarten classroom building is located on the northeast side of campus. It is surrounded by new ornamental fencing and landscaping. The one-story structure provides four kindergarten classrooms with individual restrooms and replaces four outdated portable buildings. The building includes two administrative conference rooms and student and staff restrooms. A new dedicated playground is constructed and includes a play structure, cushioned matting, a custom boundary wall, a shade tree, and landscaping. 

Repair and improvement to existing buildings includes the original school entrance, classroom air conditioning installation, a multipurpose room renovation, electrical upgrades, and new building finishes. Security upgrades include new fencing and campus-wide lighting, controlled by the District's Emergency Operations Center. Improvements to the campus grounds include expanded parking, custom pavers at the front gate, decorative trellises, and new shaded seating areas along Olive Street. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Julio Ramos93360002.293360002_CONST3011/3/2011 9:04 AM10/19/2017 3:34 PMRega Regina9336

The grass football field and track surrounding it at Henry High School is replaced with a durable synthetic turf field and all-weather rubberized track. The improved football field includes markings for multisport use. Track and field upgrades include pole vaulting runways and a high jump area.

  
Robert HigdonFS009.1FS009_CONST1011/3/2011 9:25 AM10/13/2017 10:05 AMRega Regina9332

Replace the dirt running track with a nine-lane all weather track. Replace the grass football field with a durable synthetic turf field. This project also includes improvements to grading, drainage and irrigation systems.

  
Robert HigdonAP346A.1AP346A_CONST3011/3/2011 10:00 AM10/26/2017 11:16 AMRega Regina9346

The Madison High School Track and Field IDIQ Project project replaces the dirt running track with a 9-lane all-weather track. The grass football field is replaced with a synthetic turf field. Other improvements are made to the grading, drainage, and irrigation systems.

  
Jeff HudsonS9357.1S9357_CONST1011/3/2011 10:07 AM11/7/2017 11:29 AMRega Regina9357

This project is the installation of a synthetic turf football field and all-weather running track. Construction includes grading the previous dirt track and grass field surfaces, and improving the drainage system. The synthetic turf football field is marked with the Serra High School mascot and California Interscholastic Federation compliant striping.

  
Janet Cortez93500003.293500003_CONST11/7/2011 1:17 PM10/27/2017 4:17 PMRega Regina9350

Mission Bay High School Stadium Improvements include construction of a new athletic facilities building, new home and visitor entrance gates, new bleachers, new stadium lighting, scoreboards, sound system, and goal posts. The new bleachers feature a seating capacity of 1,600 on the home side and 800 on the visitors side. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Janet Cortez93500003.193500003_CONST1011/7/2011 1:19 PM10/27/2017 4:14 PMRega Regina9350

The Mission Bay School Track and Field Project project replaces the dirt running track with a multiple lane all-weather track. The grass football field is replaced with a synthetic turf field. The grass football  and softball fields are replaced with synthetic turf fields. Other improvements are made to the grading, drainage, and irrigation systems. The installation of the new track and football field isperformed concurrently with the stadium upgrade project. 

  
Steve FaustS9319.1S9319_CONST11/21/2011 10:00 AM1/17/2018 4:09 PMRega Regina9319

The Whole Site Modernization project at O’Farrell Charter School includes new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning installation, building modernization, and exterior campus improvements. Building modernization includes a comprehensive electrical system upgrade, low voltage upgrades, and new lighting as needed. Architectural improvements include new windows, interior finishes, and exit pathway modifications as needed. New fencing is installed to separate elementary and upper grades, the building exterior is painted, and concrete walkways are replaced. Aging portable classroom buildings are removed and replaced with new portable classrooms. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements. 

  
Dana PetersonS9003.1S9003_CONST11/30/2011 9:57 AM9/20/2017 8:48 AMRega Regina9003
Construction of a new 9,311 sf Multi-Purpose Building, three new single-story classroom buildings totaling 9,492 sf, campus-wide air conditioning, and modernization. The new Multi-Purpose Building includes a stage, assembly area, kitchen, and new lunch court structure. The three new single-story classroom buildings feature large skylights and include fixtures and furniture scaled for early education. 

The existing classroom building is upgraded with a new elevator, windows, exterior stairs, and second story guardrail. Campus modernization also includes Administration Building interior remodel, a new entry plaza near the intersection of 35th Street and Madison Avenue, perimeter fencing, parking lot expansion, climbing wall, playground equipment, walkways, and landscaping. The project provides accessibility and other improvements that satisfy California Building Code requirements. 
  
Christine Kam93680001.193680001_CONST12/13/2011 1:25 PM11/27/2017 9:41 AMRega Regina9368
The San Diego School of Creative Performing Arts Live Broadcast Project includes a complete renovation of the existing television studio into an integrated media communications technology facility. The contemporary TV studio includes a soundproof media lab with a control room, one soundproof and three multimedia editing bays, a new media room, and office and secure storage spaces. Other renovations include upgrading building systems in the existing 500-seat, Florence Johnson Grand Theater in compliance with present day broadcast standards. The renovation provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.
  
Bryan Ehm93320001.193320001_CONST12/13/2011 1:27 PM10/13/2017 8:54 AMRega Regina9332

Construction of a new 10,000 square foot building as an Academy of Business & Technology (AOBT). The building features a large classroom with financial trade education equipment, including a presentation board, data terminals, and ticker tape displays. A new network server room with a dedicated 24-hour climate control system supports the new equipment. The new building also provides a broadcast studio, a soundproof editing bay, and three multimedia editing bays. New classrooms include a computer classroom, a media technology classroom, and three general purpose classrooms. The AOBT building is a College, Career & Technical Education (CCTE) department project.

  
John Stokes92790001.192790001_CONST1/11/2012 9:45 AM9/1/2017 11:27 AMRega Regina9279

The Relocatable Classrooms project at Torrey Pines Elementary School includes installing and certifying two new relocatable classrooms. One classroom accommodates enrollment growth and the other provides space for specialized academic instruction. Path of travel and restroom improvements are also included in this project. 

  
Julio Ramos93360002.193360002_CONST201/18/2012 3:14 PM2/22/2018 11:06 AMRega Regina9336
The Henry High School Stadium and Sports Facility Improvements project constructs new athletic facility buildings at the football stadium, softball, and baseball fields. Project features include new scoreboards, goal posts and bleachers. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.
  
Lynn Roxas93340003.193340003_CONST1/31/2012 11:16 AM8/31/2017 1:02 PMRega Regina9334

This project completely upgrades and modernizes the football and baseball fields. The approximately seven-acre football stadium includes a new synthetic turf field, all-weather running track (companion Track & Field project), new accessible bleachers, public address system, new scoreboard, stadium and security lighting, as well as nearly 5,800 square feet of new support facilities. The baseball field construction includes a new natural turf field, new accessible bleachers, scorer's booth, concession stand, restrooms, scoreboard, and storage building. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements including safety, sustainability and energy efficiency.

 

  
Lynn Roxas93340003.293340003_CONST101/31/2012 11:17 AM8/31/2017 1:20 PMRega Regina9334
A new synthetic turf field and all-weather track replaces the existing dirt track and grass field in the stadium. The grading, drainage and irrigation systems are improved during this project as well. The installation of the new track and field are performed concurrently with the stadium upgrade project. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements, including sustainability and energy efficiency.  

  
Lynn Roxas93340050.293340050.21/31/2012 11:18 AM3/19/2020 12:36 PMDaley Michael9334
This site modernization phase three project at Crawford High School constructs a new three-story, 20-classroom building at the corner of Colts Way and Orange Ave that provides performing arts and administration spaces. Construction takes place after demolition of the existing auditorium is completed. Other improvements to the school campus include a new parking lot and student drop off/pick up zone once the existing administration building is demolished. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements including fire/life safety, sustainability and energy efficiency.
  
Alonso Casas93260050.193260050_CONST2/1/2012 1:43 PM10/3/2017 8:56 AMRega Regina9326
The Whole Site Modernization project at Taft Middle School includes installation of a new 10-foot high ornamental gate at the front of the school, relocation of the administration office, new heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning, and food services self-service kiosks and finishes. Building improvements include new windows, renovation of interior building finishes, fixtures, classroom sinks, locker replacement, new stationary stage lighting in performance spaces, and a new intercom system. Site improvements include the student pick-up/drop-off area, the addition of parking spaces on the west side of the site, sidewalk repair or replacement, and landscaping. Plumbing systems are repaired or replaced where needed. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.   
  
Alonso CasasS0321.1S0321_CONST2/1/2012 1:48 PM11/3/2017 4:16 PMRega Regina9321

The Whole Site Modernization project at Pershing Middle School includes repairs and improvements to support instruction, health, safety and security, accessibility, code compliance, energy efficiency, and sustainability. The campus is improved with new front parking, drop-off/pick-up areas, concrete walkway repairs, and a 10-foot ornamental fence in front of the school. Building interior renovations include finishes and fixtures, restroom renovation, and new handrails.

Heating units in classroom buildings are replaced with energy efficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. The performance spaces and multipurpose rooms receive stage spot lighting and the floors are refinished. The food services area is renovated with self-service kiosks and new compartment sinks. Deteriorating portable classroom units are removed.

Building systems repair and replacement include plumbing and sewer lines, hot water heater, pipe insulation, electric boxes, outlets, wiring, emergency exit lights, and laboratory fume exhaust. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Douglas Penn93150005.193150005_CONST2/2/2012 10:39 AM10/26/2017 3:28 PMRega Regina9315

The Memorial Middle School Reroof Buildings 100, 200 and 300 project is the installation of a single ply PVC roofing material on roof units 1, 2A, 2B, 3, 4, and 5. The work includes architectural roof design and directing the flow of storm water runoff. Heavy equipment such as the HVAC units will remain on the new roofs.

  
Gabriela Soriano91130050.291130050.22/3/2012 9:52 AM3/19/2021 1:08 PMDaley Michael9113

The Franklin Elementary School Whole Site Modernization (WSM) project includes construction of a brand new two-story classroom building on the Northeast corner of the campus, modernization of existing classrooms, a new lunch shelter, a student garden, reconfigured play areas, and security upgrades. 

The new classroom building will include 11 new classrooms, collaborative work spaces, kitchen, staff lounge, and restrooms. Existing classrooms, student services spaces, and restrooms will also undergo renovations. 

Security upgrades include installation of a public address/intercom system and secure perimeter fencing. 

  
Mike Clark92370050.292370050_CONST2/3/2012 10:07 AM1/22/2020 6:54 AMDaley Michael9237
The Whole Site Modernization project improvements at Perry Elementary School include construction of a new Kindergarten Classroom building and an addition to the Administration offices, renovation of two Elementary Classroom buildings, the Kindergarten building, and the Multipurpose building, and site improvements. Building improvements include window and door replacements, a new door access control system, and infrastructure and finishes upgrades. The campus is improved by repairing sidewalks and ramps, modifying the existing security fence, and installing additional fencing. 6 portable classrooms will be removed.
  
Michael Hernandez93490050.193490050_CONST2/3/2012 3:21 PM1/22/2018 10:37 AMRega Regina9349

The Site Modernization project at Mira Mesa High School includes construction of a new classroom building, music building, and upgrades to existing buildings and systems.

The new classroom building provides 14 classrooms and additional educational support spaces. The new music building provides a band rehearsal room, orchestra rehearsal room, practice spaces, and storage.

Upgrades to existing buildings and systems include the public address system, fire alarm system, path-of-travel, voice over internet telephone system, i21 classroom technology, classroom remodel and renovation. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Janet Cortez93120050.193120050_CONST2/6/2012 1:52 PM9/26/2017 10:18 AMRega Regina9312

Phase one of the Master Planning and Site Modernization project at Mann Middle School includes construction of a new 3-story administration building. The new building is approximately 32,300 square feet and includes 16 classrooms. Demolition of three buildings includes Building 500, to make room for the new building, and buildings 100 and 600. The Mann Modernization includes a new outdoor dining courtyard with four shade structures, as well as improvements to nearby soft and hard-scaped areas. Other improvements include, outdoor lighting, security cameras, a new fire alarm system, a campus-wide public address system, new visitor parking, new student drop off/pick up, and upgrades to existing parking lot on the corner of 54th Street and Trojan Avenue. 

  
Alonso Casas90090050.190090050_CONST103/5/2012 9:34 AM10/6/2017 4:17 PMRega Regina9009

Whole site modernization project improvements at Audubon Elementary School include building repairs, new building systems, and campus circulation. Building improvements include expanding the administration building, repairing interior and exterior finishes, replacing steel windows, modernizing food services, and renovating restrooms. New building systems include air conditioning the administration and library areas, providing a public address system, a new kitchen grease trap and hand sink, as well as repair and replacement of deteriorating plumbing where needed. The campus is improved by extending drop-off/pick-up lanes, expanding parking areas, repairing sidewalks and ramps, modifying the existing security fence, and installing new additional fencing.

  
Cora Cervantes90110050.190110050_CONST3/12/2012 9:44 AM10/16/2020 10:51 AMDaley Michael9011

The Baker Elementary School Whole Site Modernization project includes a new Administration Building, improvements to building systems, interiors, exterior spaces, and removal of excess portable classroom buildings. Building systems upgrades include security & safety, electrical, and plumbing. Interior repairs and renovations of the existing campus include work in the restrooms, new classroom and finishes. Exterior improvements includes new parking lot, and improvements to student pick up and drop off area.  Concrete work repairs throughout the site to improve accessibility and satisfy California Building Code requirements. 

  
Loren Chico93040001.193040001_CONST3/12/2012 10:00 AM10/3/2017 11:59 AMRega Regina9304

​Construct a steel sheet-pile retaining wall and install new irrigation and landscaping. The retaining wall prevents slope erosion along Famosa Boulevard and Valeta Street. The wall features ornamental concrete facing the street. The slope behind the wall is landscaped and irrigated.  

  
Tom HartFS006.1FS006_CONST3/12/2012 11:39 AM1/10/2018 10:16 AMRega Regina9322

The Clark Middle School Whole Site Modernization Project includes installation of campus-wide air conditioning, construction of a new food kiosk, renovation and expansion of the existing kitchen serving line and lunch court shelter. Site improvements include installation of new surveillance cameras and security lighting, security modifications to exterior site fencing, new paving and markings at the basketball court, and new asphalt and striping for the kitchen delivery area.

Kitchen building accessibility improvements include, a new office space, staff restroom and locker room. Other compliance and accessibility improvements include removal of three portable classrooms and two relocatable classrooms, and upgrading non-code compliant signage throughout the campus. Building systems repair or replacement include electrical, plumbing and restroom upgrades.

  
Sydney HawkinsFS308.1FS308_CONST3/12/2012 11:53 AM11/15/2017 8:51 AMRega Regina9308

A high-efficiency thermal displacement ventilation system is installed in the multipurpose room at Ellen Browning Scripps Elementary School.  High-efficiency variable-refrigerant heat pumps are provided to deliver both heating and cooling. The new equipment is connected to an existing ventilation duct system.  

  
Mike Clark90910050.290910050.23/12/2012 11:59 AM1/13/2020 8:25 AMDaley Michael9091

The project includes new construction, building modernization, and exterior campus improvements on the Emerson Elementary School campus to accommodate TK-5th grade classes. These grades were formerly assigned to both Emerson Elementary and the nearby Bandini Elementary School campuses.

New construction includes a 22,000 square-foot, two-story building with 18 classrooms, a 5,203 square-foot administration building, a kindergarten building with five classrooms, a preschool building with four classrooms, a new outdoor amphitheater, and lunch court. The new administration building includes administrative offices and a health center. The new kindergarten building and new preschool building each provide a dedicated outdoor play area.

Modernization includes fully refurbishing the Multi-Purpose building, including the multi-purpose room, library media center, cafeteria, and kitchen. Exterior campus improvements include reshaping the existing turf field and expanding it to over 26,400 square feet. The project includes new landscaping and parking for staff and visitors. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.  

  
German RearteS0093.2S0093_CONST3/12/2012 12:02 PM10/3/2017 4:00 PMRega Regina9093

The Whole Site Modernization project at Encanto ES includes building renovations, upgrades, and improvements to the school grounds. Renovation includes new air conditioning installation, major electrical upgrades, replacing underground utility lines, and installing a new fire alarm system. Exterior doors are replaced, new windows are installed in building 700, restrooms are upgraded, door hardware is replaced, classroom cabinets are painted, and new stair handrails are installed. Improvements to the school grounds include installing gates at the main entrance and parking lots, new site fencing, landscaping, footpath grade changes, and new directional signage. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.  

  
Dion Harrington93410004.393410004_CONST603/12/2012 1:39 PM10/26/2017 3:40 PMRega Regina9341

The Phase V Bus Turnaround and Grading project at Millennial Tech Middle School includes construction of an on-site bus turnaround and two-way road. The new facility is designed to accommodate daily bus arrival and departure for student transportation, as well as buses for sporting events at the adjacent shared-use field. Construction also includes grading and landscaping. 

  
Dion Harrington93410004.193410004_CONST703/12/2012 1:43 PM10/19/2017 11:38 AMRega Regina9341

New synthetic turf athletic fields are designed and constructed at Millennial Tech Middle School, also for use by Gompers Preparatory Academy students. Athletic fields include markings for a football or soccer game and a baseball diamond. Construction includes a subterranean high pressure irrigation system for cooling and cleaning. 

  
Francisco Campuzano93410001.293410001_CONST103/12/2012 1:44 PM7/11/2017 1:54 PMRega Regina9341
Repair, renovate and revitalize Millennial Tech Middle facilities for a quality neighborhood school. This may include building systems repair and replacement, improvements to support learning and instruction, health, safety and security, accessibility and code compliance, energy efficiency and sustainability. A detailed scope of work is developed using input from the school community and facilities condition assessments.    
  
Canh TranS0747.1S0747_CONST3/12/2012 1:45 PM10/19/2017 11:00 AMRega Regina9335

​This installation of air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work brings relief to students by the installation of district-wide air conditioning in classrooms and other primary use spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.


  
PPO Phil TacasonMECH2.2MECH2_CONST103/12/2012 1:59 PM10/20/2017 1:37 PMRega Regina9150

Installation of a new air chiller plant to provide air conditioning to all Ibarra Elementary School buildings. The project includes constructing a new mechanical yard for the chiller, and installing new piping to deliver cooled water from the chiller to each building's mechanical room. Ibarra Elementary school was constructed with air handlers to deliver heat. The cooling system delivered with this project utilizes the existing air circulation system.   

  
Dion Harrington91530030.191530030_M1-1140P3/12/2012 2:03 PM10/18/2017 10:31 AMRega Regina9153

The Iftin Charter at Jackson Elementary School Whole Site Modernization project includes construction of a new administration building, a new two-story classroom building, and a new three-story classroom building. All existing buildings except the library are demolished in phases to allow for construction of the new buildings. The project is delivered in four successive phases.

  
TBD91560050.191560050_CONST3/12/2012 2:15 PM10/20/2017 4:19 PMRega Regina9156

​Repair, renovate and revitalize Jerabek Elementary facilities for a quality neighborhood school. This may include building systems repair and replacement, improvements to support learning and instruction, health, safety and security, accessibility and code compliance, energy efficiency and sustainability. A detailed scope of work is developed using input from the school community and facilities condition assessments.

  
John Stokes93410002.393410002_CONST403/12/2012 2:18 PM10/23/2017 3:01 PMRega Regina9162

Four existing portable classrooms at Kimbrough Elementary School are remodeled to become a Medical Therapy Unit (MTU). The Medical Therapy Unit provides physical therapy services for students and qualified children with physical and occupational needs. Construction includes grading the soil and creating a new parking lot. The interior remodel provides new physical therapy rooms, treatment facilities, prosthetics, and MTU offices. 

  
Robert Higdon93400002.193400002_CONST3/12/2012 2:25 PM11/9/2017 1:59 PMRega Regina9340

Improvements to more than 14 acres of sports facilities including the football stadium, track, and a new baseball stadium. New football stadium entry gates and ticket booths are constructed on both home and visitors' sides. A 7,250 square-foot multipurpose facility is constructed adjacent to the home side bleachers, and it provides visitor and home concessions, a weight room, restrooms, and storage rooms. Stadium bleachers are constructed to accommodate more than 2,300 attendees and feature a new press box with elevator.

The new baseball stadium includes a natural grass infield diamond and outfield, new bleachers, and an announcer's booth. The baseball stadium features a home dugout with storage space and three batting cage/bullpen combinations, and a visitor dugout with its dedicated batting cage/bullpen combination. The outfield features a center field windscreen and a new scoreboard.

  
Robert Higdon93400002.293400002_CONST103/12/2012 2:28 PM11/9/2017 2:08 PMRega Regina9340

The Kearny High School Track and Field Project replaces the dirt running track with a multiple lane all-weather track. The grass football field is replaced with a synthetic turf field. The construction includes soil excavation, grading, drainage, and upgraded irrigation systems. The field is surrounded the new rubberized track, discus ring, shot put area, and padded football goalposts. Other improvements include a new scoreboard, field lighting, and sound system. 

  
Dion Harrington93070054.193070054_CONST3/12/2012 3:19 PM1/12/2018 2:03 PMRega Regina9307

This project involves re-roofing and providing heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) systems to buildings 100, 200, 300, and 400.  This is phase one of two. Both projects are planned so construction will occur as much as possible during the site's summer break.

The majority of the work will be architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical with some civil scope to tie in the downspouts from the roof into the underground storm drain system. (A separate project is currently investigating this system, to provide repairs as required).

Structural work is required to reinforce the existing roof framing in Building 200. 

Temporary relocatable buildings will be provided as swing space for classrooms under construction when school resumes in the fall.

  
Francisco CampuzanoS0125.1S0125_CONST3/23/2012 3:15 PM11/21/2017 4:46 PMRega Regina9125

The new two-story classroom building at Zamorano Elementary School provides 16 primary grade classrooms and two instructional support spaces. On the first floor are 10 kindergarten classrooms, each with a unisex student restroom. An outdoor play area for kindergarteners is located on the south side of the new building.

On the second floor are six general-purpose classrooms for first and second grade, and two instructional support spaces. Boys and girls restrooms are located on each floor. The building support spaces include storage, a custodial room, electrical/mechanical rooms, and an elevator. 

To make way for the new building 16 portable classrooms were demolished and removed from the south side of the campus.   

  
Cora Cervantes92170001.192170001_CONST4/9/2012 9:29 AM10/3/2017 3:29 PMRega Regina9217
Renovation of the office at Ericson Elementary School, including new furniture, carpet, and an electrical upgrade.
  
TBD92350050.192350050_CONST5/9/2012 5:08 PM1/19/2018 10:48 AMRega Regina9235

​Repair, renovate and revitalize Penn Elementary facilities for a quality neighborhood school. This may include building systems repair and replacement, improvements to support learning and instruction, health, safety and security, accessibility and code compliance, energy efficiency and sustainability. A detailed scope of work is developed using input from the school community and facilities condition assessments.  

  
Dana PetersonS0181.1S0181_CONST5/9/2012 5:11 PM9/25/2017 1:59 PMRega Regina9181

The Whole Site Modernization project at Longfellow Elementary School includes construction of a new two-story classroom building, and expansion of the existing multipurpose/assembly building. The new classroom building measures 12,700 square feet and provides nine classrooms for grades 6-8. The multipurpose/assembly building expansion provides a new music room measuring 1,600 square feet.

Renovations include a new kindergarten classroom, a modernized kitchen and food services area, new restrooms, installation of campus wide air-conditioning, and removal of eight portable classrooms. Site upgrades include new ornamental fencing, improved visibility at the entrance to the administration building, application of vibrant paint colors, a resurfaced asphalt play area, and landscaping.

  
Lynn RoxasS9354.2S9354_CONST108/29/2012 12:56 PM11/1/2017 11:45 AMRega Regina9354

The Point Loma High School Field Project installs a new 107,000 square-foot synthetic turf football field in place of an 11 year-old surface. Use of the field includes Point Loma High School physical education classes and scholastic athletes. The project includes a new subsurface drainage and cleaning system. ​

  
Dana PetersonS0438.1S0438_CONST9/18/2012 1:47 PM1/19/2018 3:05 PMRega Regina9364

Includes building realignment, building systems repair and upgrades, and improvements to the campus exterior. New administration and restroom portable buildings are provided, existing portable classrooms are certified, and relocatable buildings not certifiable are removed. Air conditioning is installed throughout the site in classrooms and approved educational support spaces. The kitchen, restrooms, and drinking fountains are renovated. New public address, fire alarm, and security camera systems are installed. Other improvements include electrical, plumbing, and sewer systems, installing screens on classroom windows where needed, and upgrading door hardware. Campus exterior improvements include a new fence and new walkways. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Saya Haddad93570001.193570001_CONST209/18/2012 1:48 PM3/19/2021 10:26 AMDaley Michael9357

Construct a new two-story, steel-framed classroom building near Santo Road, adjacent to the south side of the administration building. This project includes comprehensive renovation of campus grounds and underground utilities.

The new building provides 16 classrooms, collaboration space, and an outdoor classroom. The radial plaza on the west side of the building is constructed of colored concrete and provides an outdoor assembly area.

Campus renovations include new gates and fencing, main vehicle and pedestrian entry, new pedestrian pathways, new landscaping and irrigation where needed. Underground utility replacement includes the storm drain system and the water main line where needed.

  
Francisco Campuzano93560001.193560001_CONST9/19/2012 2:09 PM9/28/2017 9:20 AMRega Regina9356
The San Diego High School SciTech Biomedical Sciences project includes installation of innovative lab equipment, new built-in work stations, energy efficient exterior windows, and new lighting. Air conditioning is installed in the existing classrooms and laboratory. A new hallway is constructed to separate the SciTech conference room and staff lounge from the learning areas. Accessibility and other improvements satisfy California Building Code requirements. The project was funded in part by California Proposition 1D and coordinated with the District's College, Career, and Technical Education Department.
  
Julio Ramos93360001.193360001_CONST9/20/2012 10:08 AM10/19/2017 4:05 PMRega Regina9336

The Site Modernization project at Patrick Henry High School includes improvements to the campus, building systems, and interiors. The project provides 25 new fully air conditioned modular classrooms to replace 25 portable classrooms.

Campus improvements include new parking, security lighting, and the exterior soffit at walkways is replaced with a new metal panel system. New air conditioning (AC) is installed in qualifying educational spaces, including the retrofitting of AC to existing heating and ventilation systems. Building systems modernization also includes new exterior windows with energy efficient dual glazing, an intercom system, and new fire alarm system. The electrical service is upgraded, and the passive ventilation system is sealed.

The gymnasium receives new motorized bleachers, a new co-ed weight room, new dance room, new team rooms, and the locker rooms are renovated. Building interiors receive new acoustical ceiling and paint, and science labs are modified.

  
Gabriela Soriano93560050.193560050_CONST9/20/2012 10:39 AM4/29/2021 1:43 PMDaley Michael9356

The Whole Site Modernization project at San Diego High School includes campus wide improvements and renovations to four classroom buildings, outdoor sports facilities, the student quad, and support spaces.

Interior renovations to classroom and student services building 100 include new student collaboration spaces and modernization of classrooms, student services offices, restrooms, and support spaces. Exterior improvements will also be made to improve the main entrance facade, including new signage. The project also includes improvements to interior finishes and restrooms in the counselor's area and classroom buildings 400, 500, and 600.

Outdoor sports facilities improvements include softball field modernization, fence modifications, and new security lighting.

Additional campus improvements include parking lot reconfiguration, food service improvements, and the installation of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC).

The existing east parking lot will be reconfigured to include drop-off and pick-up areas.

Food services improvements include two new food kiosks.

HVAC will be installed in classrooms and support spaces throughout the campus, including building 200 and classroom buildings 500, 600, and 800, and upgraded in the classroom and student services building and classroom building 100, and Counselor's Area in Building 300.

This project improves accessibility and makes other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Gabriela Soriano93560003.493560003_CONST309/20/2012 10:42 AM9/8/2017 2:00 PMRega Regina9356

Renovation of the San Diego High School Stadium, constructed in 1978, and outdoor sports facilities. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements. Areas of improvement include access to the stadium and field, bleachers, press box, and restrooms. Fences are modified or expanded, intrusion and vandalism safeguards are added, and security lighting is installed. Additional safety modifications include replacing obsolete fire alarm and emergency communications system, and removing or minimizing risk of any potentially hazardous material.

  
Alonso Casas93170050.193170050_CONST9/24/2012 9:46 AM10/12/2017 9:36 AMRega Regina9317
Repair, renovate and revitalize Muirlands Middle School facilities for a quality neighborhood school. This may include building systems repair and replacement, improvements to support learning and instruction, health, safety and security, accessibility and code compliance, energy efficiency and sustainability. A detailed scope of work is developed using input from the school community and facilities condition assessments.   
  
Janet CortezS0208A.1S0208A_CONST109/24/2012 1:02 PM10/12/2017 12:31 PMRega Regina9208
The ALBA at North Park Phase 1 project includes site modifications to the original location at Mann Middle School, and to the destination North Park campus. Site modifications to Mann Middle School include removal of furniture, equipment, low voltage devices, disconnection from utility service, and demolition of nine portable buildings. Modifications to the North Park campus include new signage, marquee, fencing, and security cameras. The interior is painted, receives new classroom furniture and equipment, telephones and data servers are reprogrammed, building systems are inspected and tested. Staff furniture and equipment is transferred from the original location to the destination campus.  
  
Saya Haddad93570050.193570050_CONST9/24/2012 3:17 PM8/23/2021 7:09 AMDaley Michael9357

The Canyon Hills HS WSM Phase II project scope includes, but not limited to modernization of the existing gymnasium, the main office storefront, improvements at the athletic fields, path of travel upgrades and landscape and storm drain improvements throughout the campus. Stadium improvements includes construction of a new elevator and bridge that leads to a new stadium building, construction of new athletic gateways and ticket booths and replacement of existing stadium bleachers (not capacity increasing). Other field improvements include construction of a new baseball and softball restroom and concession building for the upper athletic fields, construction of a new softball field, construction of a new shotput and discuss area, and improvements to the existing baseball field.

  
Lisa Barnes93460050.293460050.210/1/2012 7:40 AM8/19/2021 9:48 AMDaley Michael9346

The second phase of the Whole Site Modernization includes construction of an Administration/3-STEM Classroom building with visitor and staff parking lot on Doliva Drive, establishing a new entrance to campus. The existing Administration building will be remodeled to provide permanent facilities for D/HH offices and student support services. Existing classroom buildings 200, 300, and 400 will be modernized with structural upgrades, new doors and windows, interior finishes, and lighting. Building 100 will be modernized with new interior finishes. The existing Gym building will be remodeled to provide structural upgrades, new bleachers, updated student restroom and locker areas, and improved allocation of interior space. Site improvements include new signage and school branding graphics, fencing, a new softball field, baseball field upgrades, a new artificial turf multi-purpose field, discus court, and Concession/Restroom building. Existing portables will be removed at the completion of the project. Improvements to Madison High School are intended to support learning and instruction; health safety and security; accessibility and code compliance; and energy efficiency and sustainability.

  
Alonso Casas93420004.193420004_CONST1/24/2013 1:45 PM10/9/2017 2:09 PMRega Regina9342
New buildings are constructed on the West side of the stadium in support of school athletics. The new buildings include a boys' locker room, restrooms, concessions, weight room, and additional storage space. The new buildings, features, fixtures, and other improvements satisfy accessibility and California Building Code requirements. 
  
Robert Morris90950002.290950002_CONST109/23/2013 10:43 AM10/16/2017 10:28 AMRega Regina9095

The Euclid Elementary School Special Education Remodel project is the conversion of resource rooms into a renovated classroom suite, including a dedicated restroom, kitchenette, laundry facilities, and changing table. The accordion walls between the resource rooms are removed to create an open floorplan. The remodeled space receives i21 classroom technology, new flooring, fixtures, and furniture.   

  
Loren Chico93040050.193040050_CONST101/13/2014 10:19 AM1/10/2018 11:15 AMRega Regina9304

The Correia Middle School Sports Complex project includes installation of a new softball field and a concession building with restrooms. Upgrades to the existing 363,000-square-foot sports field include the addition of four multi-use fields, field lighting, and renovation of the basketball and tennis courts. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Joel Hermosillo91360050.191360050_CONST2/7/2014 9:13 AM9/12/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9136

The Hancock ES whole site modernization project includes the construction of two new eight-classroom buildings, renovation and reconfiguration of three existing classroom buildings, minor renovations to the administration and multi-purpose buildings, as well as technology and site improvements. The existing open loft-style classroom buildings receive a new roof, doors, windows, restroom renovation, and are reconfigured with permanent walls that establish individual classrooms. The project provides classroom technology, new data network infrastructure, and network equipment.

Safety and security is modernized with new security cameras, campus-wide emergency communications, and lighting, intrusion, and fire detection systems. New safety and security measures are also implemented in the parking lot, primary pedestrian entrance, and new student drop-off and pick-up area. Play area improvements include two new play structures, new playing field, and walking track. This work satisfies accessibility and California Building Code requirements, including improvements to exterior ramps, sidewalks, the kitchen, and student and staff restrooms.

 

 

  
Mike Clark92060050.192060050_CONST2/7/2014 9:15 AM9/11/2017 10:22 AMRega Regina9206

The modernization of Miller Elementary School includes construction of a new 10-classroom building, new permanent wall partitions for existing loft buildings, and  a new student drop-off and pick-up area. Site-wide renovations include an HVAC system upgrade and a new public address system. Building systems are repaired or replaced as needed, including power, lighting, plumbing, and sewer. Student safety and campus security is upgraded with new security cameras, lighting, intrusion and fire detection systems. Outdoor activity upgrades include a new turf field, asphalt running track, play structure, and a new surface for the existing play area. This work satisfies accessibility and California Building Code requirements, including accessibility improvements on exterior walkways, at main entries, the kitchen, and student and staff restrooms. 

  
Janet CortezS9127.1S9127_CONST2/24/2014 4:51 PM10/4/2017 10:28 AMRega Regina9127

The Grant K-8 school Whole Site Modernization project includes a new classroom building, a new cafeteria, outdoor lunch court, parking lot, and improvements to existing buildings. The new eight-classroom building is 8,400 square feet, two stories, and includes a data technology room. A 5,800 square-foot area of this building includes a new cafeteria, food service, lunch court, educational support, and storage.

The new parking lot provides 42 spaces, of which 37 are standard, three are designated for fuel efficient vehicles, and two are accessible. The lot also includes a new kindergarten drop off area and new landscaping.

Improvements to existing buildings include classroom air conditioning, a new intercom system, and fire alarm system. Other improvements include an electrical service upgrade, a new eight-inch water line, sewer improvements, and storm water drain improvements. This project implements Phase one of the Site Master Plan, and includes other improvements to satisfy accessibility and California Building Code requirements.

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.1FPCHVC05_CONST49703/4/2014 9:35 AM11/15/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9123

The classroom air conditioning project at Bethune Elementary School included the installation of:

  • 25 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 6 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

The installation of classroom air conditioning was managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work was part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process included architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. 

 

 

  
Joel EarlyFPCHVC02.2.2FPCHVC02_CONST103/4/2014 3:15 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9143

​The classroom air conditioning project at Hearst Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 14 energy-efficient rooftop package units
  • 6 energy-efficient commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programmed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

  
Tony Raso91550001.191550001_CONST3/5/2014 2:37 PM11/9/2017 12:55 PMRega Regina9155

A distinctive new main entrance gateway is constructed at Jefferson Elementary School. A new shade structure defines the entryway and is constructed of steel tubes that support a translucent paneled canopy. A steel radial beam on the shade structure displays the school name with raised letters and backlighting. 225 linear feet of new galvanized ornamental fence, four new double gates, and one single gate are installed. A unique feature of the new gates are 26 black anodized aluminum silhouettes, creating a sense of movement in the direction of the new entryway.

The entry surface is paved with approximately 1,750 square feet of new concrete. Landscaping enhancements include new palm trees, drought-tolerant plants, and 2,000 square feet of new sod. The project provides accessibility, security, and other improvements that satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.1FPCHVC01_CONST3/7/2014 2:46 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9359
The classroom air conditioning project at Scripps Ranch High School includes the installation of:
  • 51 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 30 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.1FPCHVC04_CONST3/7/2014 2:53 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9283

Valencia Park Elementary School's classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

  • 27 energy-efficient, rooftop package units
  • 5 energy-efficient, commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC03.2.1FPCHVC03_CONST3/7/2014 2:55 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9195

The classroom air conditioning project at Marshall Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 20 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 21 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

 

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.8FPCHVC04_CONST703/21/2014 10:19 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9218

Nye Elementary School's classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

  • 17 energy-efficient, rooftop package units
  • 10 energy-efficient, commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC03.2.5FPCHVC03_CONST403/21/2014 10:21 AM1/22/2018 1:54 PMRega Regina9230

The classroom air conditioning project at Rosa Parks Elementary School installation includes:

  • 51 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

 

 

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.4FPCHVC04_CONST303/21/2014 10:24 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9223

Oak Park Elementary School's classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

  • 22 energy-efficient, rooftop package units
  • 17 energy-efficient, commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels and electrical service upgrade
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.2FPCHVC05_CONST103/21/2014 10:43 AM1/30/2018 1:24 PMRega Regina9125

The classroom air conditioning project at Zamorano Elementary School included the installation of:

  • 40 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 7 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

The installation of classroom air conditioning was managed by the district's Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work was part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse's offices and other critical student spaces.

The process included architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. 

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.8FPCHVC05_CONST803/21/2014 10:48 AM11/15/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9235

 

The classroom air conditioning project at Penn Elementary School includes the installation of:
  • 9 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.10FPCHVC01_CONST904/7/2014 11:33 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9077

The air conditioning project at Curie Elementary School includes the installation of: 

  • 14 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 16 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.4FPCHVC01_CONST304/7/2014 11:35 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9327

The DePortola MS classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

  • 26 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 16 energy efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

 The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.2FPCHVC01_CONST104/7/2014 11:38 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9086

The classroom air conditioning project at Dingeman Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 18 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 20 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.11FPCHVC01_CONST1004/7/2014 11:41 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9087

The classroom air conditioning project at Doyle Elementary School includes the installation of:  

  • 10 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
   
  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.15FPCHVC01_CONST1404/7/2014 11:45 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9134

The classroom air conditioning project at Hage Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 18 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 13 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school break.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.12FPCHVC01_CONST1104/7/2014 11:48 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9201
​The classroom air conditioning project at Hickman Elementary School includes the installation of:
  • 6 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district's Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse's offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.7FPCHVC01_CONST604/7/2014 11:53 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9166

The classroom air conditioning project at Kumeyaay Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 10 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 18 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.  

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks. 
  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.8FPCHVC01_CONST704/7/2014 1:51 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9199

​​The classroom air conditioning project at Mason Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 18 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.13FPCHVC01_CONST1204/7/2014 1:54 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9349

The classroom air conditioning project at Mira Mesa High School includes the installation of:

  • 46 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.9FPCHVC01_CONST804/7/2014 1:56 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9219

The classroom air conditioning project at Sandburg Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 8 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.14FPCHVC01_CONST1304/7/2014 1:59 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9263

The classroom air conditioning project at Spreckels Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 7 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.5FPCHVC01_CONST404/7/2014 2:00 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9274

The classroom air conditioning project at Tierrasanta Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 9 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC01.2.6FPCHVC01_CONST504/7/2014 2:04 PM1/29/2018 1:30 PMRega Regina9284

The classroom air conditioning project at Vista Grande Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 10 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.17FPCHVC02_CONST1604/7/2014 2:38 PM1/23/2018 1:52 PMRega Regina9007

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
 
The Angier ES classroom air conditioning project installation includes:
  •  21 energy-efficient rooftop package units
  • 6 energy-efficient commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programmed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.3FPCHVC02_CONST204/7/2014 2:44 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9293

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

The Benchley/Weinberger ES classroom air conditioning project installation includes: 

  • 2 energy-efficient rooftop package units
  • Air duct work
  • Programmed thermostatic controls, compliant with district energy management standards
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.8FPCHVC02_CONST704/7/2014 2:44 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9065

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
 
The Clay ES classroom air conditioning project installation includes:
  • 11 energy-efficient rooftop package units
  • 10 energy-efficient commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programmed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.10FPCHVC02_CONST8204/7/2014 2:49 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9111

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces. 

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
 
The Foster ES classroom air conditioning project installation includes:
  • 19 energy-efficient rooftop package units
  • 5 energy-efficient commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programmed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
  • Upgraded electrical service
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.14FPCHVC02_CONST1304/7/2014 2:53 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9113

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Upgrades to electrical service will be done where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

The Franklin Elementary School classroom air conditioning project installation includes:
  • 16 energy-efficient, rooftop package units
  • 3 energy-efficient, commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Loren Chico91310001.191310001_CONST4/9/2014 3:34 PM10/19/2017 11:59 AMRega Regina9131
Design and construction of a four-lane synthetic running track for Green Elementary School. The track encircles a natural turf field. The new track materials are separated from the natural turf by flat concrete curbs. Construction includes installation of a four-inch permeable base material, three inches of asphalt, and a half-inch track surface. Each of the four lanes are three and one-quarter feet wide, separated by two-inch lane stripes. 
  
Julie Katsapis93560007.193560007_CONST104/16/2014 10:24 AM11/6/2017 3:33 PMRega Regina9356

The San Diego High School New Intercom System project provides an emergency communications system for the campus. The speakers from the previous intercom system are connected to the new system, some are repaired or replaced if required. Additional speakers are placed on the exterior of the classroom buildings. New interior speakers are set up in the common areas such as the gymnasium, library, and the multipurpose/cafeteria. New head-end equipment is placed in the mainframe distribution room, and each building receives an amplifier. The existing electrical backbone and distribution wiring are utilized as much as possible.  

  
Julie Katsapis93400051.193400051_CONST4/16/2014 10:26 AM10/23/2017 10:02 AMRega Regina9340

The Kearny High School New F&I New PA System project is the procurement and installation of a new public address system. Speakers are installed on the exterior of classroom buildings, and the interior of the common areas. Interior installations include the gymnasium, library, and multipurpose room/cafeteria. 

 
 

 

  
Loren Chico90800051.190800051_CONST4/22/2014 8:27 AM10/19/2017 10:40 AMRega Regina9080

Construction of a state-of-the-art synthetic turf baseball field and related improvements. Fencing and a windscreen are installed in centerfield and separate ball play from a new warmup area. The warmup area features exercise stations and equipment storage. Four new bullpens with new pitcher's mounds and 6-foot high fencing are constructed outside left and right fields.   

Green turf covers the infield and outfield, tan turf covers the base paths, and the school logo is installed in the centerfield and behind the batter's box. The pitcher's mound is composed of a specialized clay. The warning track between the outfield and its fence is composed of a soil fill. A turf running track for student use is installed alongside the field. Irrigation is installed below the surface to provide cooling and cleaning. The field is designed for daytime use, electric lighting is not included or planned.

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.9FPCHVC02_CONST804/22/2014 8:45 AM3/15/2018 11:38 AMRega Regina9121

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces. The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

The Gage ES classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

 

  • 27 energy efficient rooftop package units
  • 26 energy efficient commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

 

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.6FPCHVC02_CONST504/22/2014 8:48 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9131

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces. The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

The Green ES classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

  • 1 energy efficient commercial room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.11FPCHVC02_CONST1004/22/2014 8:51 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9136

The classroom air conditioning project at Hancock Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 11 energy efficient commercial room units
  • Programed thermostatic controls
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.5FPCHVC02_CONST404/22/2014 8:52 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9139

The classroom air conditioning project at Hardy Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 9 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 10 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.15FPCHVC02_CONST1404/22/2014 8:56 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9147

The classroom air conditioning project at Holmes Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 14 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 11 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district's Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse's offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.4FPCHVC02_CONST304/22/2014 8:59 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9170

The classroom air conditioning project at Language Academy included the installation of:

  • 11 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, compliant with district energy management standards
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks. 
  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.1FPCHVC02_CONST4/22/2014 9:01 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9311

The classroom air conditioning project at Lewis Middle School includes the installation of:

  • 30 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 12 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.16FPCHVC02_CONST1504/22/2014 9:04 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9181
The classroom air conditioning project at Longfellow Elementary School includes the installation of:
  • energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.7FPCHVC02_CONST604/22/2014 9:09 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9197
The classroom air conditioning project at Marvin Elementary School includes the installation of:
  • 19 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 3 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.2.13FPCHVC02_CONST1204/22/2014 9:16 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9357

The classroom air conditioning project at Serra High School includes installation of:

  • 4 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 20 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Jerry BottFPCHVC02.3.4FPCHVC02_CONST114004/22/2014 9:17 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9214

The classroom air conditioning project at Tubman Village includes the installation of:

  • 6 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 3 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC03.2.3FPCHVC03_CONST204/22/2014 10:10 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9334

The classroom air conditioning project at Crawford High School includes the installation of:

  • 51 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 8 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

 

 

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC03.2.6FPCHVC03_CONST504/22/2014 10:15 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9338

The classroom air conditioning project at Hoover High School includes the installation of:

  • 22 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC03.3.1FPCHVC03_CONST44204/22/2014 10:19 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9153
The classroom air conditioning project at Iftin Charter School at Jackson School includes the installation of:
  • 24 energy efficient rooftop package units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district's Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse's offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC03.2.4FPCHVC03_CONST304/22/2014 10:22 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9312
The classroom air conditioning project at Mann Middle School includes the installation of:
  • 54 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.

The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

 

 

 

  
Ken ShroyerFPCHVC03.2.2FPCHVC03_CONST104/22/2014 10:24 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9243

The classroom air conditioning project at Rolando Park Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 19 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 3 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

 

 

 

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC03.3.2FPCHVC03_CONST44604/22/2014 10:27 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9079

Classroom Air Conditioning: The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces. The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 
The Darnall Charter School classroom air conditioning project installation includes:
  • 16 energy-efficient rooftop package units
  • 12 energy-efficient commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
  • New electrical service

 

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.3FPCHVC05_CONST304/22/2014 10:45 AM1/23/2018 4:26 PMRega Regina9009
The classroom air conditioning project at Audubon Elementary School included the installation of:
  • 19 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 14 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
The installation of classroom air conditioning was managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work was part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.
 
The process included architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.  
  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.5FPCHVC05_CONST204/22/2014 10:47 AM11/15/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9033

The classroom air conditioning project at Boone Elementary School included the installation of:

  • 12 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 9 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
The installation of classroom air conditioning was managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work was part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.
 

The process included architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. 

 

 

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.4FPCHVC05_CONST704/22/2014 10:53 AM11/15/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9115

 

The classroom air conditioning project at Freese Elementary School included the installation of:
  • 14 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 6 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
The installation of classroom air conditioning was managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work was part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.
The process included architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.  
 

 

 

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.6FPCHVC05_CONST504/22/2014 10:55 AM11/17/2017 1:27 PMRega Regina9119
The classroom air conditioning project at Fulton Elementary School included the installation of:
  • 18 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 2 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, construction, and electrical service upgrades where needed.  

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.10FPCHVC05_CONST404/22/2014 11:23 AM11/15/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9171
The classroom air conditioning project at Pacific View Leadership Elementary School included the installation of:
  • 14 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 6 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
The installation of classroom air conditioning was managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work was part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.
 
The process included architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.
  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.7FPCHVC05_CONST604/22/2014 1:22 PM11/15/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9352

The classroom air conditioning project at Morse High School includes the installation includes of:

  • 79 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 18 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs and/or physical site conditions.
 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.

The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

 

  
Mike AppanaitisFPCHVC05.2.9FPCHVC05_CONST904/22/2014 1:26 PM11/15/2017 10:26 AMRega Regina9368
The classroom air conditioning project at SCPA High School includes the installation of:
  • 32 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 14 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs and/or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.
 
The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
 
  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.7FPCHVC04_CONST604/22/2014 1:59 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9149

Horton Elementary School's classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

  • 14 energy-efficient, rooftop package units
  • 11 energy-efficient, commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on  updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.6FPCHVC04_CONST504/22/2014 2:01 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9229

Paradise Hills Elementary School's classroom air conditioning project installation includes:

  • 18 energy efficient rooftop package units
  • 9 energy efficient commercial room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 
The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

 

 

 

 

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.2FPCHVC04_CONST104/22/2014 2:03 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9237

The classroom air conditioning project at Perry Elementary School includes the installation of:

  • 19 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 6 energy-efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs and/or physical site conditions.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.

The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

 

 

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.10FPCHVC04_CONST904/22/2014 2:04 PM1/29/2018 2:58 PMRega Regina9289

The classroom air conditioning project installation at Webster Elementary School includes:

  • 10 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 9 energy- efficient, commercial, room units
  • Air duct work
  • Programed thermostatic controls, compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs and/or physical site conditions.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction (FPC) division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.  Electrical service will be upgraded where needed.

The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks. 

  
Loren Chico90910001.190910001_CONST5/2/2014 8:52 AM10/13/2017 4:39 PMRega Regina9091

A new 31,000 square foot synthetic turf play field is designed and constructed for Emerson Bandini Elementary School. Surrounding the field is an asphalt perimeter walkway with track striping. The field features a a portable baseball or softball backstop. The construction includes soil excavation and fill, compaction, grading, and drainage through the permeable gravel base.   

  
Loren Chico91190002.191190002_CONST5/2/2014 8:58 AM10/18/2017 11:04 AMRega Regina9119

Design and construction of a new 58,858 square foot synthetic turf playfield at Fulton K-8, with and irrigation for cooling and cleaning. The field features markings for a baseball backstop and foul lines, a small-scale football field, and two volleyball playing fields. An asphalt edge on the east side provides a walking surface and utility access. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable gravel base.

  
German RearteS9320.1S9320_CONST5/9/2014 10:35 AM1/18/2018 9:29 AMRega Regina9320

The whole site modernization work at Pacific Beach Middle School includes construction of a new two-story, 26 classroom building. Improvements to existing buildings include the relocation of school administration offices, renovation of the food service area, and three new classroom/innovation spaces in the library media center.

New air conditioning installation takes place in the existing science classroom building, library media center, and auditorium. Campus-wide upgrades include security, fire alarm, data and communication infrastructure. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.


  
Lynn Roxas93540005.293540005_CONST105/28/2014 4:11 PM11/1/2017 8:44 AMRega Regina9354

The Point Loma HS Lighting and Public Address System Project includes the installation of a new electrical substation unit and signal panel enclosure near the north side of the stadium. These electrical utility upgrades enable athletic facilities upgrades through other projects at Point Loma High School. Installation through this project also includes new stadium and grandstand lighting and a new stadium public address system. 

  
Loren Chico93020051.193020051_CONST6/12/2014 11:36 AM10/3/2017 10:37 AMRega Regina9302

​Design and construction of a 65,500 square-foot synthetic turf field and a 14,450 square-foot rubberized ballfield, which includes a new asphalt play area. The fields provide a soccer area, a small-scale baseball diamond with a dugout, and a running track. The installation includes irrigation to cool and clean the fields.

  
Clayton Kraft93190030.193190030_M1-1140P7/11/2014 11:44 AM10/31/2017 2:21 PMRega Regina9319

A 46,586 square-foot complex of eight buildings is constructed for high school instruction at O'Farrell Community School. The new modular-style buildings surround a central landscaped courtyard and hardscape paseo. 

The complex provides classrooms, laboratory space, a gymnasium, administration space, and a food service area. The new buildings are connected by covered exterior walkways, which also provide access to the rest of the O'Farrell campus. 

New exterior features include a lunch patio just outside food services, a parking lot, access road, and bioswale landscaping. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Bernard Calangian14590.114590_CONST7/18/2014 10:17 AM5/19/2022 2:54 PMAdriano Noel9368
The project includes replacement of 12 roofs on the permanent buildings and 35 roof repairs on the portable buildings.  The front wall of the P.E. building will also be repaired.
  
Robert Morris19280.119280_CONST7/18/2014 10:25 AM9/25/2017 4:22 PMRega Regina9277
Replace roofs on classroom buildings 1, 2, 3, and 4. The project includes an investigative roofing report, identifying  roofs in need of replacement and areas for structural repair. The new roofs replace unconventional building materials with standard construction materials, including layers of new plywood decking, felt, light-colored hot tar, and light-colored gravel. The project satisfies California Building Code requirements, including improvements to conduit supports, plumbing and mechanical vents.
  
Lisa Barnes93070055.193070055_CONST107/18/2014 3:56 PM10/6/2017 1:44 PMRega Regina9307

This is the second in a series of two projects that include roof replacement and new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Replace roofs on buildings 500 (classrooms), 600 (administration), 700 (theater, cafeteria, kitchen) and 800 (Physical Education). New roofs are constructed from a durable single layer of PVC material adhered to plywood roof decking. Connect roof downspouts to the underground storm drain system. Install new HVAC systems for classrooms and educational support spaces in buildings 500, 600, 700, 800, and 900.

  
Robert MorrisK2PropS2.1K2PropS2_CONST307/24/2014 12:02 PM11/15/2017 9:08 AMRega Regina9013

​The Balboa Elementary School 2nd Floor Exiting Improvements project constructs a new, interior-separated exit, and a new separate exterior ramp exiting system for K-2 students. The work includes remodeling some doorways and constructing a new corridor. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.    

  
Canh Tran91880050.191880050_CONST7/25/2014 10:01 AM1/12/2018 9:08 AMRega Regina9188
The Innovation Middle School Whole Site Modernization project includes construction of a two-story building providing new administration and counseling offices, 10 classrooms, two locker rooms, and restrooms. Also included in the project scope is an exterior raised platform amphitheater constructed as a gathering area for the school. Modernization of the existing campus structures includes existing classroom spaces, the multi-purpose space, offices and classrooms for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing program, and three maker spaces.
  
Lisa Barnes93070050.193070050_CONST7/25/2014 10:10 AM10/6/2017 2:05 PMRega Regina9307

Repair, renovate and revitalize Creative, Performing Media Arts Middle School facilities. The campus exterior and entry courtyard receive new landscaping, irrigation, and fence modifications where needed, including new sections and visual screening. Classrooms are renovated and refurbished where needed, including replacement doors, windows, cabinetry, LED lighting, replacement ceiling tiles, floor tile, or carpet. Safety and security upgrades include new fire alarm, building security, and exterior lighting systems. Underground sewer and storm drain systems are repaired or replaced. New fire access lane paving, new drinking fountains, and other project improvements satisfy accessibility and California Building Code requirements.

  
Steve Faust93190003.193190003_CONST7/31/2014 10:45 AM10/31/2017 1:11 PMRega Regina9319

The project provides a synthetic turf softball field as well as a new synthetic turf field and track. Softball Field includes dugouts, fencing and backstop. Track and field includes a rubberized running track surface, synthetic football/soccer field, fencing, pole vault, long jump, high jump, shot put, discus, and two-sided scoreboard. Other site improvements include bio-retention basins for water management, underground utilities to serve improvements, drinking fountain, and an access road for emergency and maintenance vehicles.

  
Loren Chico92970051.192970051_CONST8/20/2014 8:28 AM11/7/2017 3:00 PMRega Regina9297

​This project is the installation of a mini baseball field with a rubberized surface, a synthetic turf play field, and a multi-lane running track around the perimeter of the field. The baseball field features fencing, a new backstop, pitcher's mound, and white striping. The play field features yellow striping for soccer play. A new irrigation system is installed for cooling and cleaning the fields. The construction includes grading, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable gravel base. The installation provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.3FPCHVC04_CONST209/8/2014 1:28 PM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9341

The classroom air conditioning project at Millennial Tech Middle School includes the installation of:

  • 12 energy-efficient, rooftop, package units
  • 1 energy-efficient, commercial, room unit
  • Air duct work
  • Programmed thermostatic controls and rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
  • Additional electrical panels

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs and/or physical site condition.

The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices and other critical student spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction.
 
The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

  
Noorien Bhaidani90230050.390230050.39/12/2014 8:37 AM8/26/2022 10:41 AMDaley Michael9023

The Whole Site Modernization improvement project includes construction of a new 5 kindergarten classroom building including new play area to replace 8 portable classrooms past their useful life, modernization of all classroom buildings with interior and exterior finish upgrades, renovation of the administration building including single point entry to the school, modernization of the multi-purpose building, and addition of new student-parent drop off by extending the existing parking lot. The project will also include upgrade to site accessibility, site security, upgrade restrooms, and site work. Furthermore, the project will provide new shade shelters, play structures, and a new outdoor collaborative teaching and learning space. 

  
Robert Morris14580.114580_CONST19/18/2014 4:49 PM9/25/2017 4:04 PMRega Regina9327

Replace roofs on buildings 200, 300, 700, 800, and PE Building, which contain classrooms and administrative spaces. New roofs are built up from layers of plywood decking, felt, and hot tar, topped with a layer of gravel. Roofs above walkways are also replaced as are air conditioning roof units on building 800. The roof structure is strengthened and new air conditioning is installed in buildings 200, 300, and the PE Building. 

  
Robert Morris14582.114582_Const19/18/2014 4:53 PM9/25/2017 4:07 PMRega Regina9089
Replace metal roofs on classroom buildings 100, 200, 300, and part of 400. Structural repair at building 300, and the Lunch Court Shelter. The project includes rerouting rain gutter spouts to discharge into underground storm drains. To satisfy California Building Code requirements the project provides accessibility and other improvements, such as restroom modifications.
  
Robert Morris14586.114586_CON 109/18/2014 4:55 PM10/27/2017 2:38 PMRega Regina9210

Replace roofs of the Miramar Ranch Elementary School main building, near Red Cedar Drive. Remove and replace heating, ventilation, and air conditioning mechanical units, ducts, and supports. New roofs are constructed from a rigid single layer of compounded synthetic materials, mechanically adhered to recovery board and plywood decking. A portion of the roof below the air conditioning equipment is constructed from a modified bitumen roof system, which is designed to handle foot traffic associated with maintenance work.

  
Robert Morris14584.114584_CONST19/18/2014 4:57 PM10/7/2020 9:22 AMDaley Michael9328

Replace roofs on media center, performing arts, science, administration, arts/business, and locker room buildings. Remove and replace heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) mechanical units, ducts, and supports. Replace site-wide HVAC/security lighting controls. Add new air conditioning to all computer equipment rooms.

  
Julie Katsapis18698.118698_CONST109/24/2014 1:07 PM10/2/2017 1:40 PMRega Regina9201
Improvements at Hickman Elementary School to repair or replace concrete walkways, the central courtyard, and foundations where needed.
  
Julie Katsapis18697.118697_CONST109/24/2014 1:09 PM10/2/2017 1:20 PMRega Regina9217

Improvements at Ericson Elementary School to repair or replace concrete walkways, the central courtyard, and foundations where needed.

  
Randy Homes93160002.193160002_CONST209/24/2014 1:37 PM1/16/2018 2:09 PMRega Regina9316

The Montgomery Middle School Restroom Upgrades project makes improvements to the restrooms in the Physical Education Building. These restrooms are accessible to users of the joint use field, including the school community and the public. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Canh Tran90080030.190080030_M1-14509/24/2014 2:03 PM9/5/2017 9:25 AMRega Regina9008

The project creates a Learning Center on the first floor of an existing three-story building, on the east side of the site, and provides 4,860 square feet of tenant improvements. In compliance with the California Building Code, structural stabilization of the east building includes seismic upgrades on each story. The structural work also includes geotechnical compaction grouting to improve the load carrying capacity of existing foundations.

  
Loren Chico93320002.193320002_CONST10/3/2014 8:57 AM4/13/2018 4:34 PMRega Regina9332

Repair and provide new hardscape and drought tolerant landscape at existing slope and planter in front parking lot adjacent to Ute Drive.

  
Loren Chico92890001.192890001_CONST10/3/2014 9:02 AM9/8/2017 9:53 AMRega Regina9289
Engineer and construct a new shotcrete surface to encapsulate any potential hazards contained in a dirt slope. The slope is located at the western boundary of the school, adjacent to 47th street. Shotcrete mix is applied to the slope, solidifies, then the surface is roughened as a slip-resistant hardscape. Additional hardscape installations on campus encapsulate exposed dirt using wood decking, pavers, and concrete.
  
Loren Chico91790052.191790052_CONST10/7/2014 11:33 AM10/24/2017 3:01 PMRega Regina9179
Design and construction of a 21,800 square-foot synthetic turf playfield for Loma Portal Elementary School. The multipurpose field can be used for physical education, soccer, softball, and other sport and play activities. New irrigation is installed below the surface for cooling and cleaning. Surrounding the field is a new two-lane asphalt walking and running track. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable aggregate base.
  
Loren Chico90800053.190800053_CONST1010/7/2014 2:36 PM10/19/2017 10:40 AMRega Regina9080

The Dana Middle School baseball field landscaping and irrigation are improved behind home plate, outside of left and right field lines, and along its perimeter. A new scoreboard is installed behind the right field wall. The field is designed for daytime use, electric lighting is not included or planned.

  
Julio Ramos93380051.193380051_CONST10/17/2014 9:44 AM8/30/2017 4:15 PMRega Regina9338

This project includes design and construction of a new theater and a three-story classroom building. The design is inspired by Spanish-style architecture and combines an old-fashioned schoolhouse concept with an energy-efficient modern design.

The first floor of the new three-story building is designed to accommodate school administrative staff, counselors, and support staff. The second and third floors provide ten classrooms each. The new building replaces buildings 100 (Counseling), 1700 (Administration), as well as 20 outdated modular classrooms from the campus annex area. 

The new theater building provides an approximately 500-seat theater, theater support space, and instructional space. 

The project also includes reconfiguration of the main parking lot, courtyard improvements, and a student drop-off area.

  
Loren Chico91950053.191950053_CONST10/23/2014 8:32 AM10/26/2017 11:32 AMRega Regina9195
A new 34,352 square-foot synthetic turf play field is designed and constructed for Marshall Elementary School. Surrounding the field is an asphalt perimeter walkway with track striping. The field features a new backstop and white striping for simultaneous play on two soccer fields. The construction includes grading, soil compaction, and drainage through the permeable gravel base. ​
  
Loren Chico92230052.192230052_CONST10/23/2014 8:42 AM10/31/2017 11:07 AMRega Regina9223
This project is the design and construction of a new 35,898-square foot synthetic turf play field at Oak Park Elementary School. The field features striping for soccer. Also included are three backstops for baseball or softball. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable gravel base.
  
Julio Ramos93360003.193360003_CONST10/24/2014 3:34 PM11/22/2017 10:03 AMRega Regina9336

The Patrick Henry High School Academy of Engineering and Design (AOED) project includes upgrading spaces inside the 500 building for a civil engineering and design lab, a fabrication lab with storage, relocated graphic arts instructional space, and a combination workroom and conference room. Existing AOED classrooms receive upgraded digital fabrication equipment, woodshop equipment, mechanical and electrical infrastructure, and finishes. The new graphic arts program space includes a new storefront window, workspace countertops, reclaiming washout booths, an exterior screen printing courtyard, and exterior sinks. New double doors from the graphic arts classroom to the courtyard accommodate large pieces of equipment, and a new block wall encloses the courtyard.  

These improvements are funded by the school district's Proposition Z bond program and matching funds from the state's Proposition 1D bond program.  

  
Loren Chico90110052.190110052_CONST10/27/2014 8:16 AM11/21/2017 8:16 AMRega Regina9011

Design and construction of an approximately 36,800 square foot synthetic turf playfield, surrounded by a 4,000 square foot asphalt running track. The field features two soccer fields, a baseball diamond with permanent backstop, a running track, and irrigation for cooling and cleaning. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable aggregate base.

  
Loren Chico90050051.190050051_CONST10/28/2014 11:09 AM1/23/2018 11:34 AMRega Regina9005
​A new 62,000 square-foot synthetic turf play field was designed and constructed for John Muir Magnet TK-12 School. The field features regulation 4-inch yellow striping for soccer. Surrounding the field is an asphalt perimeter walkway. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable gravel base.
  
Julio Ramos93360050.193360050_CONST10/30/2014 9:40 AM8/25/2017 3:02 PMRega Regina9336

The Whole Site Modernization (WSM) Phase II work at Henry High School includes construction of a new two-story classroom building that features 41,723 square feet, 24 standard classrooms, two Regional Occupational Program (ROP) classrooms, and an ROP observation room. The ROP classrooms have a secure, fenced-in outdoor play yard with landscape, turf, and play structures. The project provides new outdoor learning areas and a shade canopy within the courtyard.

Improvements to the administration office include a remodeled entrance with shade canopy, landscape, hardscape, a new glass storefront-style design, and a new staff lounge area. Site improvements include reconfiguration of the existing parking lot to accommodate approximately 55 staff parking stalls. The project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements, including fire prevention, safety, sustainability, and energy efficiency. This project is funded by Proposition Z, with co-funding for the ROP classrooms from the Office of College, Career and Technical Education (CCTE).

 
  
Bryan Ehm91880051.191880051_CONST12/15/2014 9:26 AM10/20/2017 2:11 PMRega Regina9188

Four relocatable classrooms are provided and installed to accommodate increased student enrollment at Innovation Middle School (former MacDowell ES). The enrollment increase is due to Innovation Middle School becoming a sixth through eighth grade Middle School, formerly for seventh and eighth grade only.  

  
Lynn Roxas93540050.193540050.112/17/2014 4:43 PM9/12/2018 10:12 AMRega Regina9354

The Point Loma HS Whole Site Modernization project includes design and construction of a new three-story, 38,000 square-foot building, renovation of the 200 and 300 buildings, relocation of the campus Main Distribution Frame (MDF), and upgrades to the athletic facilities.

The new building features a library/media center on the first floor, ten classrooms each on the second and third floors, and a multi-functional central outdoor area.

On-site parking capacity is increased with the reconfiguration of the Clove Street parking lot, which features a visitor's security entrance to the campus.

Other site improvements include installation of a new bus turnout, landscape and hardscape improvements, constructing new security enclosures, practice fields, and technology upgrades.

  
Lynn Roxas93340005.193340005_CONST1/21/2015 1:42 PM12/4/2017 3:37 PMRega Regina9334

This project develops the south side of the Crawford High School campus into new tennis courts and a new softball field. In addition, the parking lot at the corner Trojan Ave. and 56th St. is improved with additional spaces and accessibility compliant spaces. New tennis courts include new surface, striping, and fencing. The new softball field includes new turf, backstop, fencing, scoreboard, accessible dugouts, bleachers, and scorer's booth. The existing concrete ball wall and storage shed are demolished for the new field. The work is scheduled in coordination with other Crawford High School sports facility upgrade projects, each providing accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Rich KesslerFPCHVC04.2.9FPCHVC04_CONST801/26/2015 11:48 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9057

​The installation of classroom air conditioning is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, nurse’s offices, and other critical student spaces.
 
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction; and, electrical service is upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks.
 
Carver Elementary School's classroom air conditioning project installation includes:
• 15 energy-efficient, rooftop package units
• 5 energy-efficient, commercial room units
• Air duct work
• Programed thermostatic controls, rooftop unit controls compliant with district energy management standards
• Additional electrical panels and electrical service upgrade
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
 

  
German Rearte92030052.192030052_CONST1/27/2015 8:33 AM10/4/2017 2:35 PMRega Regina9203

A natural turf Joint Use Field at McKinley Elementary School is funded, designed and constructed by the District according to City Parks and Recreation Design Guide. The project is part of the Mayor's Office "Play All Day" parks program, coordinated through the City Planning Department.

Features include a natural turf field with irrigation, new trees, a decomposed granite walking path, and a baseball backstop. Joint use features also include an expanded asphalt-concrete play area with court markings. Site walls, stairs and ramps are renovated. New gates and fencing separate school from the public during exclusive school use periods.

During this construction additional improvements for McKinley Elementary, though not part of the Joint Use Field, include upgrades to the parking area and student restrooms in Building 200. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
German Rearte93400001.193400001_CONST1/28/2015 10:08 AM10/4/2017 1:24 PMRega Regina9340

The Kearny HS CTA - Design and Construction Lab CTE project features a new 1,280 square foot, steel frame building adjacent to the football stadium, south of the school's main entrance. The building also provides a new 2,400 square-foot construction yard canopy for outdoor instructional space. The EID Lab is part of the district's Career, College and Technical Education Program.

The building interior exposes its moment-frame steel structure, mechanical ductwork, and light-shelf shading devices, showcasing concepts of engineering, architecture, design, and construction studied in the facility. The center of the lab space features moveable tables and the perimeter features CAD/3D modeling workstations.

Tables and workstations can be utilized in a conventional instructional setting (desks facing the teaching wall), or a more fluid seating arrangement for group discussion and project collaboration. Tools and equipment facilitate instruction and project development, including computer-aided drafting, three-dimensional REVIT digital modeling software, and 3D-printing for physical modeling.

The construction yard canopy is built of exposed steel and translucent roof panels that maximize natural light. Student can construct large scale models in this space to investigate and study building systems, material assemblies, and construction detailing.

The district's Career, College and Technical Education Program provides high school students with skills necessary to succeed in post-secondary/college education, entry-level employment and career advancement.

  
Julie Katsapis90090051.190090051_CONST1/29/2015 2:05 PM11/14/2017 3:58 PMRega Regina9009
A natural turf Joint Use Play Field at Audubon K8 School is funded, designed and constructed by the District according to City Parks and Recreation Design Guide. The project is part of the City of San Diego's "Play All Day" parks program, coordinated through the City Planning Department. Features to be incorporated include a natural turf field, decomposed granite walking path, and a drinking fountain. Security features include fencing to separate school from public during exclusive school use periods and infrastructure for a future security camera which monitors the fence. The parking lot at the corner of Norm Street and San Vicente Street is included as a joint use feature. 
  
Felipe Romo Fuentes93490004.193490004_CONST2/23/2015 11:40 AM1/22/2018 8:18 AMRega Regina9349
The Mira Mesa High School Culinary Arts project includes remodeling existing food and nutrition classrooms in Building 4 into new culinary arts classrooms. The project includes new food services equipment and furnishings. Classroom alterations include new interior windows, walls, floors, ceilings, lighting, doors and frames. Building improvements include boys and girls restroom renovations, mechanical air ducts, and electrical systems. Exterior improvements include the culinary garden and a new trash enclosure.
  
German Rearte93200052.193200052_CONST5/13/2015 9:20 AM1/18/2018 9:44 AMRega Regina9320
The turf field project at Pacific Beach Middle School is a joint-occupancy agreement with the YMCA. A synthetic turf field is constructed, surrounded by an asphalt concrete track and perimeter landscape/drainage areas. The new field is striped for multiple sports, including soccer, field hockey and girls and boys lacrosse.

  
German Rearte93200052.293200052_CONST105/13/2015 10:03 AM10/5/2017 10:01 AMRega Regina9320

This project provides improvements to the Pacific Beach Middle School parking lot, new sidewalks, upgrades to staff and student restrooms in the Physical Education Building, and new perimeter fencing. Vehicle circulation is improved with a redesigned bus turnaround, student drop off, and pick up. The new parking lot features ornamental pavers, light poles, tree wells, landscaping islands, perimeter landscaping, and a new bike rack. These improvements satisfy accessibility and California Building Code requirements.

  
Francisco Campuzano92260051.192260051_CONST10/16/2015 2:24 PM1/17/2018 3:38 PMRega Regina9226

San Diego Unified School District and Ocean Discovery Institute entered into a Joint Venture agreement to construct and run the Ocean Discovery Living Lab facility to provide educational programs in outdoor science and environmental conservation. The Living Lab Facility provides significant science and other educational opportunities to more than 10,000 youth per year who attend the fourteen District public schools in the City Heights area, just South of Joyner ES.

The Living Lab facility is an approximately 12,000 square foot, two-story building with two laboratories, and administrative space. Approximately 35,000 square feet of outdoor features include nature play elements and a nature trail.

More than just a building, the Living Lab is designed for students and teachers to explore the fields of science during and after school. It is designed as a place for youth to define their college and career aspirations, and for families to engage in science and conservation activities relevant to their daily lives. At the Ocean Discovery Institute scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and other partners conduct research alongside students, supporting the community with science and conservation education.

  
Ken Walker91880054.191880054_CONST10/29/2015 1:49 PM10/4/2017 1:14 PMRega Regina9188

This project includes installation of new electrical service, and the addition of interim housing. The project also includes relocation of the data technology room and removal of existing portable buildings. The additional interim housing accommodates administrative staff and teaching stations  during the whole site modernization project.

  
Ken Walker93550002.193550002_CONST10/29/2015 1:53 PM10/6/2017 2:48 PMRega Regina9355

​A new lab for learning fabrication and design at University City High School is constructed from a preexisting woodshop and adjacent classroom space. Revisions to the interior floor plan include creating a new direct connection between the equipment work area and a computer lab classroom. The project also includes replacing existing equipment with new technical equipment, new heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting, fire protection, furniture, fixtures and other equipment. This project is part of the district's College, Career & Technical Education (CCTE) Fabrication and Design Program, and provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Julie Katsapis90770051.190770051.110/30/2015 9:10 AM7/16/2020 2:59 PMDaley Michael9077

The Curie Elementary School Joint Use Field project includes installation of a new natural turf field, a decomposed granite walking/running path, a drinking fountain, security gates and fencing and parking lot improvements.

  
Loren Chico92610053.192610053_CONST10/30/2015 9:18 AM10/5/2017 1:25 PMRega Regina9261
Design and construction of a new 27,832 square-foot synthetic turf play field for Silver Gate Elementary School. The field features two sets of soccer markings and three sets of kickball markings. Surrounding the field is perimeter turf track, striped with lane markings. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable aggregate base.
  
Loren Chico91350051.191350051_CONST10/30/2015 12:31 PM10/19/2017 1:35 PMRega Regina9135

Design and construction of a 25,500 square-foot synthetic turf playfield for Hamilton Elementary School. The field features markings for two soccer or football playing fields and a baseball backstop. New irrigation is installed below the surface for cooling and cleaning. Surrounding the field is a new asphalt walking and running track. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable aggregate base.

  
Cora Cervantes93320053.193320053_CONST11/4/2015 11:26 AM10/9/2017 1:24 PMRega Regina9332

Classroom and main office renovations and upgrades at Clairemont High School. The project includes specialty classrooms such as music and home economics. Renovation includes paint, carpet, ceiling tile, blinds, fixtures, and electrical upgrades to support the interior renovation. Upgrades include new furniture, fixtures, and equipment. New directional signage in school colors include roadside banners, academy entry signs, a way finding monument, and custom murals.

  
Loren Chico90950052.190950052_CONST12/4/2015 1:47 PM10/16/2017 10:00 AMRega Regina9095

Design and construction of a new 10,000 square foot synthetic turf play field for Euclid Elementary School. The field features soccer field striping, goal nets, and irrigation for cooling and cleaning. The construction includes grading, soil compaction, and drainage through the permeable gravel base.

  
Loren Chico90130051.190130051_CONST1/12/2016 2:10 PM11/21/2017 8:22 AMRega Regina9013

Design and construction of an approximately 34,400 square foot synthetic turf playfield, with and irrigation for cooling and cleaning. The field features markings for two soccer or football playing fields, a baseball backstop, and is striped for student lineup. The construction includes trenching, soil compaction, and new drainage through the permeable gravel base.

  
Rich Kessler92890070.192890070_CONST118601/12/2016 3:11 PM7/3/2017 8:06 AMRega Regina9289
​The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Webster Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:
  • Nurse's Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Webster Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Rich Kessler90570070.190570070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:06 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9057

The Other Spaces air conditioning project installation at Carver Elementary School includes:

  • First Aid
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library
  • Qualifying Classrooms
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
 
Air Conditioning Other Spaces: The installation of air conditioning in other spaces is managed by the district’s Facilities Planning & Construction Division. The work is part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms, and its 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying education spaces.
The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Rich Kessler93380070.193380070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:09 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9338
The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Hoover High School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces: 
  • First Aid
  • Cafeteria
  • Dining Room
  • Faculty Dining Room
  • Qualifying Classrooms
  • Qualifying Offices
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Hoover High School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Rich Kessler92370070.192370070_CONST11860 1/14/2016 10:10 AM6/8/2017 1:23 PMWebb Brian9237

​The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Perry Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Perry Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Rich Kessler92290070.192290070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:12 AM1/18/2018 4:01 PMRega Regina9229

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Paradise Hills Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Paradise Hills Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Rich Kessler92180070.192180070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:13 AM1/17/2018 1:44 PMRega Regina9218

​The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Nye Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Multi-purpose Room
  • Library
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Nye Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Rich Kessler90950070.190950070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:14 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9095

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Euclid Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Cafeteria
  • Auditorium
  • Stage
  • Workroom
  • Qualifying Classrooms
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Euclid Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Rich Kessler91570070.191570070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:16 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9157

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Johnson Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Work Room
  • Qualifying Classrooms
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

This installation of air conditioning is managed by the district's Facilities Planning & Construction division through an accelerated delivery method. The work is part of the Board of Education's 2015 decision to bring relief to students by implementing district-wide air conditioning in classrooms and other primary use spaces.

The process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling, and construction. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends, and school breaks. 

  
Rich Kessler93410070.193410070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:30 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9341

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Millennial Tech Middle School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Library
  • Multi-use Room
  • Work Room
  • Qualifying Offices
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Millennial Tech Middle School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Rich Kessler92830070.192830070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:31 AM7/3/2017 2:14 PMRega Regina9283
The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Valencia Park Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:
  • First Aid
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Work Room
  • Qualifying Classrooms
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Valencia Park  Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Mike Appanaitis90330070.190330070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:44 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9033

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Boone Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library
  • Work Room
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Boone Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Mike Appanaitis91230070.191230070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:45 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9123

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Bethune Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Library
  • Multi-purpose
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Bethune Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks. 
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

  
Mike Appanaitis91250070.191250070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:46 AM6/30/2017 2:58 PMRega Regina9125

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Zamorano Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Multi-purpose
  • Library
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Zamorano Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Mike Appanaitis91710070.191710070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:47 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9171

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Pacific View Leadership Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Pacific View Leadership Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces. 

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Mike Appanaitis91150070.191150070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:48 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9115

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Freese Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces: 

  • Health Office
  • Dining Area
  • Assembly
  • Conference Room
  • Work Room
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Freese Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 
  
Mike Appanaitis91190070.191190070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:53 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9119

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Fulton Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library/Media Center
  • Work Room
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Fulton Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
  
Mike Appanaitis93520070.193520070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:54 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9352

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Morse High School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library Reading Room
  • Multi-Media Center
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Morse High School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Ken Shroyer90770070.190770070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:56 AM1/10/2018 1:52 PMRega Regina9077

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Curie Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:: 

  • Library
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Work room
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Curie Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Ken Shroyer90860070.190860070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:57 AM1/10/2018 2:54 PMRega Regina9086

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Dingeman Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Auditorium
  • Media Center
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Dingeman Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Ken Shroyer91340070.191340070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:58 AM1/11/2018 3:47 PMRega Regina9134

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Hage Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Health
  • Assembly
  • Conference Room
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Hage Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Ken Shroyer91660070.191660070_CONST118601/14/2016 10:59 AM1/12/2018 2:35 PMRega Regina9166

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Kumeyaay Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Multi-use
  • Media Center
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Kumeyaay Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
  
Ken Shroyer91950070.191950070_CONST118601/14/2016 11:00 AM1/12/2018 4:47 PMRega Regina9195

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Marshall Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Health
  • Assembly
  • Conference Room
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Marshall Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Ken Shroyer91390070.191390070_CONST118601/14/2016 11:08 AM1/11/2018 3:49 PMRega Regina9139
The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for academic support spaces at Hardy Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:
  • Nurse’s Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Hardy Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Jerry Bott91430070.191430070_CONST118601/14/2016 11:08 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9143
The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Hearst Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:
  • Nurse’s Office
  • Student Dining
  • Multi-purpose
  • Library
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Hearst Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

 

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Joel Early93110070.193110070_CONST118601/14/2016 11:13 AM1/12/2018 3:10 PMRega Regina9311

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Lewis Middle School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • First Aid
  • Cafeteria
  • Auditorium
  • Library
  • Qualifying Classrooms
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Lewis Middle School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
  
Joel Early93570070.193570070_CONST118601/14/2016 11:14 AM1/24/2018 10:27 AMRega Regina9357

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Serra High School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • First Aid
  • Conference Room
  • Qualifying Offices
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Serra High School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Joel Early90070070.190070070_CONST11860 1/14/2016 11:15 AM1/9/2018 8:46 AMRega Regina9007
The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Angier Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:
  • Nurse’s Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library
  • Work Room
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Angier Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

 

 

 

  
Joel Early90650070.190650070_CONST118601/14/2016 11:16 AM1/10/2018 10:23 AMRega Regina9065

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Clay Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Cafeteria
  • Assembly
  • Library
  • Work Room
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces
The classrooms at Clay Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.
 
The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.
  
Joel Early91110070.191110070_CONST11860 1/14/2016 11:17 AM1/11/2018 1:42 PMRega Regina9111

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Foster Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Assembly
  • Library
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Foster Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

 

 

 

  
Ken Shroyer91210070.191210070_CONST11860 1/14/2016 11:18 AM1/11/2018 2:56 PMRega Regina9121

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Gage Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Assembly
  • Cafeteria
  • Library
  • Workroom
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Gage Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Joel Early91470070.191470070_CONST118601/14/2016 11:19 AM1/11/2018 4:33 PMRega Regina9147

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Holmes Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • First Aid
  • Library
  • Assembly
  • Work Room
  • Instructional Support
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Holmes Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.
 
Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

 

  
Joel Early91970070.191970070_CONST11860 1/14/2016 11:20 AM1/16/2018 10:37 AMRega Regina9197

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Marvin Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Library
  • Assembly
  • Computer Lab
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Marvin Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Chuck Edenburn93240027.193240027.12/19/2016 2:00 PM1/22/2018 8:44 AMRega Regina9324

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Roosevelt Middle School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, uninterrupted power supplies and VoIP phones. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.  

  
Peter Orrino93400027.193400027_CONST6002/19/2016 2:03 PM1/12/2018 11:12 AMRega Regina9340

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Kearny High School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, uninterrupted power supplies and VoIP phones. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.


  
Peter Orrino93460027.193460027_CONST4302/19/2016 2:21 PM1/12/2018 3:47 PMRega Regina9346

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Madison High School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points,  uninterrupted power supplies and VoIP phones. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Peter Orrino93500027.193500027_CONST1102/19/2016 2:23 PM1/16/2018 1:24 PMRega Regina9350
This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Mission Bay High School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, uninterrupted power supplies and VoIP phones. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.
 
The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.
  
Chuck Edenburn93560027.193560027_CONST1202/19/2016 2:26 PM1/24/2018 2:36 PMRega Regina9356
​This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for San Diego High School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, uninterrupted power supplies and VoIP phones. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.  
 
The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.
  
Chuck Edenburn90910027.190910027_CONST7902/19/2016 2:29 PM1/11/2018 12:31 PMRega Regina9091

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Emerson Bandini Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, uninterrupted power supplies and VoIP phones. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Julio Ramos93360001.293360001_CONST302/22/2016 1:28 PM11/15/2017 2:42 PMRega Regina9336

Construct an approximately 20,000 square feet, 500-seat Patrick Henry Arts, Media & Entertainment (PHAME) theater. The theater is designed for musical and theatrical events and features a 45 foot-high flight loft, a 20 foot-high proscenium, and orchestra pit. A dramatic architectural element of the auditorium interior is its suspended wooden sound panels. The building includes an enclosed lobby area, ticket booth, student store, and parking lot expansion. The building exterior is detailed with exposed wood and steel beams, native landscaping, and an outdoor plaza.

  
Mike Clark91250075.191250075_CONST2/24/2016 10:58 AM1/30/2018 10:51 AMRega Regina9125

This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at Zamorano Elementary School. The photovoltaic panels are installed over parking spaces and a pedestrian pathway on the northwest side of campus. The panels are mounted on a steel frame, creating new shaded parking and pedestrian canopies with LED lighting. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 602,000 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 277.09 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.  

  
Joel Hermosillo93080075.193080075_CONST2/26/2016 9:40 AM12/5/2017 12:46 PMRega Regina9308

This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at EB Scripps Elementary School. The photovoltaic panels are installed over parking lots on the northwest corner of campus. The panels are mounted on a steel frame, creating a new shaded parking canopy with LED lighting. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 461,681 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 212.5 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.

  
Joel Hermosillo92740075.192740075_CONST2/26/2016 9:46 AM1/26/2018 8:40 AMRega Regina9274
This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at Tierrasanta Elementary School. The photovoltaic panels are installed over parking lots on the east side of campus and over a paved lunch area on the south side of campus. The panels are mounted on a steel frame, creating new shaded parking canopies with LED lighting, and a lunch court shelter. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 310,750 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 143.03 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.
  
Rich Kessler92230070.192230070_CONST118603/14/2016 11:01 AM6/7/2017 11:14 AMWebb Brian9223
The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Oak Park Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:
  • Nurse’s Office
  • Assembly space
  • Multipurpose Room
  • Library
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Oak Park Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

  
Mike Clark93570075.193570075_CONST3/24/2016 9:36 AM12/7/2017 2:52 PMRega Regina9357

This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at Serra High School. The photovoltaic panels are installed over parking lots on the east side of campus and at the Data Center. Panels are also located over a paved area between the Administration Building and a parking lot. The panels are mounted on a steel frame, creating new shaded parking and pedestrian canopies with LED lighting. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 2,279,000 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 1,048.97 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.

  
Mike Clark93490075.193490075_CONST3/24/2016 9:38 AM12/7/2017 10:15 AMRega Regina9349

This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at Mira Mesa High School. The photovoltaic panels are installed over parking lots on the north and southeast sides of campus. The panels are mounted on a steel frame, creating new shaded parking canopies with LED lighting. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 2,045,000 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 941.27 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.

  
Steve Faust93070056.193070056_CONST3/24/2016 1:51 PM9/25/2017 1:55 PMRega Regina9307
The Creative Performing Media Arts Middle School Joint Use Field project includes installation of a new natural turf field with irrigation. Features include a decomposed granite walking and running path, a drinking fountain, security gates, and fencing. Joint use features include use of the existing basketball courts, asphalt-concrete play area, and parking in the existing parking lot. The new natural turf field is exclusively for school use during school hours, and includes community use after school and during school breaks.
  
Steve Faust91210002.191210002_CONST3/24/2016 1:56 PM3/15/2018 9:47 AMRega Regina9121

The Gage Elementary School Joint Use Field project includes installation of a new natural turf field with irrigation. Other features include a decomposed granite walking and running path, a drinking fountain, accessible ramp, security gates, and fencing.

  
Joel Hermosillo92350075.192350075_CONST3/28/2016 1:33 PM12/7/2017 11:16 AMRega Regina9235

This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at Penn Elementary School. The photovoltaic panels are installed near the athletic fields on the southeast corner of campus. The panels are mounted close to ground level on a steel frame. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 405,110 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 186.46 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.

  
Joel Hermosillo92180075.192180075_CONST3/28/2016 1:36 PM1/17/2018 2:32 PMRega Regina9218
This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at Nye Elementary School. The photovoltaic panels are installed over parking lots on the north and southwest side of campus. The panels are mounted on a steel frame, creating new shaded parking canopies with LED lighting. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 328,210 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 151.07 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.
  
Joel Hermosillo93520075.193520075_CONST3/28/2016 1:37 PM12/7/2017 10:21 AMRega Regina9352
This project is a solar photovoltaic system installation at Morse High School. The photovoltaic panels are installed over parking lots near the sports fields. The panels are mounted on a steel frame, creating new shaded parking canopies with LED lighting. The system is a renewable power source with an annual estimated production of up to 1,657,170 kWh of electrical energy, which would offset the equivalent of 762.76 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.
  
Gilbert Mensah93670028.193670028_CONST303/29/2016 2:49 PM12/28/2017 10:25 AMRega Regina9367

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Farb Middle School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds. 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

 
  
Gilbert Mensah91130028.191130028_CONST3/29/2016 3:04 PM12/28/2017 10:32 AMRega Regina9113
This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Franklin Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah91150028.191150028_CONST503/29/2016 3:15 PM12/28/2017 10:32 AMRega Regina9115

 

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Freese Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

 

  
Gilbert Mensah91190028.191190028_CONST603/29/2016 3:17 PM12/28/2017 10:34 AMRega Regina9119

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Fulton K-8 School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

 

  
Gilbert Mensah91550028.191550028_CONST703/29/2016 3:19 PM12/28/2017 10:34 AMRega Regina9155

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Jefferson Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds. 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah93410028.193410028_CONST903/29/2016 3:20 PM12/28/2017 10:53 AMRega Regina9341

 

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Millennial Tech Middle School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah93160028.193160028_CONST103/29/2016 3:22 PM12/28/2017 10:53 AMRega Regina9316

 

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Montgomery Middle School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah92180028.192180028_CONST1103/29/2016 8:09 PM1/17/2018 2:13 PMRega Regina9218

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Nye Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah92430028.192430028_CONST1203/29/2016 8:13 PM12/28/2017 10:53 AMRega Regina9243

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Rolando Park Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds. 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

 

  
Gilbert Mensah92490028.192490028_CONST1303/29/2016 8:18 PM12/28/2017 11:06 AMRega Regina9249

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Rowan Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah93620028.193620028_CONST1703/29/2016 8:22 PM12/28/2017 11:06 AMRega Regina9362

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Twain High School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah92830028.192830028_CONST3903/29/2016 8:43 PM12/28/2017 11:28 AMRega Regina9283

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Valencia Park Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Gilbert Mensah91250028.191250028_CONST1003/29/2016 9:33 PM12/28/2017 11:28 AMRega Regina9125

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Zamorano Elementary School include network switches, a core switch, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Chuck Edenburn90030027.190030027_CONST5503/31/2016 11:02 AM1/9/2018 8:01 AMRega Regina9003
This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Adams Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, uninterrupted power supplies and VoIP phones. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 
 
The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.
  
Peter Orrino90090027.190090027_CONST3303/31/2016 11:04 AM1/9/2018 8:54 AMRega Regina9009

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Audubon K-8 School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.  

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Chuck Edenburn90110027.190110027_CONST1003/31/2016 11:06 AM1/9/2018 9:05 AMRega Regina9011

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Baker Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Femi Olafioye-Omogbehin90230027.190230027_CONST2003/31/2016 11:14 AM1/9/2018 10:46 AMRega Regina9023

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Barnard @ Bayview Terrace Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

 
  
Peter Orrino90330027.190330027_CONST4103/31/2016 11:16 AM1/9/2018 1:16 PMRega Regina9033
This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Boone Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.
The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.
  
Mike Zogby90390027.190390027_CONST203/31/2016 12:14 PM1/9/2018 1:37 PMRega Regina9039

​This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Burbank Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Femi Olafioye-Omogbehin90410027.190410027_CONST3903/31/2016 12:15 PM1/9/2018 1:45 PMRega Regina9041

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Cabrillo Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Mike Zogby90550027.190550027_CONST1503/31/2016 12:17 PM1/9/2018 1:51 PMRega Regina9055

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Carson Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds. 

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Femi Olafioye-Omogbehin90570027.190570027_CONST803/31/2016 12:33 PM1/9/2018 2:08 PMRega Regina9057

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Carver Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal "Erate" funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Femi Olafioye-Omogbehin90590027.190590027_CONST3603/31/2016 1:22 PM1/9/2018 2:07 PMRega Regina9059

As coordinated with new construction projects for Central Elementary School, this project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Central Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Mike Zogby90620027.190620027_CONST2404/11/2016 4:07 PM12/28/2017 3:18 PMRega Regina9062

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Cherokee Point Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Mike Watts90630027.190630027_CONST2704/11/2016 4:08 PM12/28/2017 3:06 PMRega Regina9063

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Chollas/Mead School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Femi Olafioye-Omogbehin93220027.193220027_CONST5904/11/2016 4:11 PM1/10/2018 10:17 AMRega Regina9322

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Clark Middle School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Femi Olafioye-Omogbehin90650027.190650027_CONST5804/11/2016 4:13 PM1/10/2018 10:48 AMRega Regina9065

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Clay Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Chuck Edenburn90730027.190730027_CONST4904/11/2016 4:18 PM1/10/2018 1:21 PMRega Regina9073

This project upgrades wired and wireless technology infrastructure and equipment in support of student learning and teaching. The components for Crown Point Elementary School include network switches, core switch, router, wireless access points, and uninterrupted power supplies. These technology systems are procured by leveraging federal “Erate” funds.

The project plan includes outreach and communication with school administrators, network engineering, short-term and long-term scheduling, asset tracking, network migration, recovery and reuse of old equipment when feasible, testing and warranty. The project plan elements may be performed in parallel in order to minimize the project duration. The project plan is approved by regulatory agencies and installation is scheduled for minimal impact to regular school operation.

  
Jerry Bott93570004.193570004_CONST4/12/2016 10:01 AM11/6/2017 4:08 PMRega Regina9357

This project at Serra High School replaces six heating units that were nearing the end of their useful lives with new energy-efficient package heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) units. The new units provide both heat and air conditioning to five science classrooms and a prep room.  

 

 

 

  
Lynn Roxas93540051.193540051_CONST4/12/2016 3:22 PM11/1/2017 8:31 AMRega Regina9354
The Point Loma High School Athletic Infrastructure Relocation Project includes completion of Major Repair and Replacement work on the oval track and running lanes. This includes resurfacing the oval track and running lanes, while converting the track from to 440 yards to 400 meters. The east D-zone asphalt is removed, the drainage system is reconfigured, and then covered with track surface. The project also includes relocating the pole vault, long/triple jump, and high jump. 
  
Steve Faust92610052.192610052_CONST4/21/2016 10:43 AM10/5/2017 10:50 AMRega Regina9261

The Ramps and Accessibility Project at Silver Gate Elementary School provides upgraded ramps, new staircases, and front entrance paving modifications. Upgraded ramps connect the kindergarten area to the main campus, and provide a north-side entrance to the campus. This project provides accessibility and other improvements to satisfy California Building Code requirements.

  
Ken Shroyer92930070.192930070_CONST118604/28/2016 7:21 AM1/9/2018 11:20 AMRega Regina9293

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Benchley/Weinberger Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's office
  • Assembly
  • Computer lab
  • Work room
  • Waiting area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Benchley/Weinberger Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces. 

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Joel Early91700070.191700070_CONST118604/28/2016 7:27 AM1/12/2018 2:57 PMRega Regina9170

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Language Academy includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s office Assembly
  • Cafeteria
  • Work room
  • Waiting area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Language Academy were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks. 

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions. 

 

  
Ken Shroyer91530070.191530070_CONST118604/28/2016 7:33 AM1/12/2018 9:24 AMRega Regina9153

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Jackson Transitional Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse's Office
  • Health
  • Assembly
  • Conference Room
  • Work Room
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Jackson Transitional Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education's 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district's 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Mike Appanaitis93680070.193680070_CONST118604/28/2016 7:37 AM12/4/2017 2:53 PMRega Regina9368

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at the School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA)includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s Office
  • Library
  • Computer Room
  • Workroom
  • Waiting Area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at the School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA)were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electrical service will be upgraded where needed. The goal is to accomplish the work during evenings, weekends and school breaks.

Project details are subject to revision based on updated educational needs or physical site conditions.

  
Rich Kessler91490070.191490070_CONST118604/28/2016 7:40 AM9/28/2017 10:18 AMRega Regina9149

The heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) project for educational support spaces at Horton Elementary School includes the installation of air conditioning in the following spaces:

  • Nurse’s office
  • Assembly
  • Cafeteria
  • Counseling
  • Waiting area
  • Other remaining qualifying spaces

The classrooms at Horton Elementary School were air conditioned as part of the Board of Education’s 2013 decision to bring relief to students in the district’s 2,000 hottest classrooms. This project is a result of the board's 2015 decision to include all the remaining, qualifying educational support spaces.

The air conditioning process includes architectural/engineering assessments, planning work with site administrators, design development, contracting, state plan approvals, scheduling and construction. Electr