We help colleges and universities overcome the many challenges of building new – or expanding, renovating or replacing –  campus facilities.

  • California Polytechnic State University, Recreation Center Expansion & Renovation

    Renovation and expansion includes a lobby, fitness rooms, gym, multi-activity center, wellness center, indoor track, leisure pool, sand courts, racquetball courts, locker rooms.

  • San Bernardino Community College District Measure M

    Bond program covers renovations and construction on two campuses, including parking lot upgrades, ADA upgrades, science building, classroom building and new athletic complex.

  • Yosemite Community College District Science & Natural Resources Building

    Situated on lands that once supported the great gold rush, this campus houses a Science & Natural Resources building, consolidating three smaller buildings.

  • Modesto Junior College Science Community Center

    Classroom and science lab space for Modesto Junior College, part of the Yosemite Community College District. The building also houses the Great Valley Museum.

  • State Center Community College District

    Bond program consisting of 27 projects on six different campuses. Program and construction management encompasses on-site administration, planning, architect selection, master budget, schedule and cash flow analysis.

  • MiraCosta Community College Modular Science Labs, Oceanside Campus

    Installation of $1.9 million, 3,360 SF modular buildings, which are the first fully sustainable modular science labs and feature twin Gen 7 models.  The facility runs on photovoltaic power and is LEED Platinum Level-worthy.

  • San Joaquin Delta Community College, Cunningham Math and Science Center

    A new $35.1 million, 110,000 SF Science and Mathematics building which will house all biology chemistry, physics, micro-biology, anatomy and the natural science laboratories and classrooms, as well as large lecture classrooms and computer labs for the mathematics department. This facility is part of San Joaquin Delta CCD’s $250 million Measure L bond program.

  • San Bernardino Community College District, Chemistry/Physical Science, Measure P - Valley College

    A new $42.4 million, 57,000 SF, three-story science education building that includes classrooms, lecture halls, laboratories, study areas and offices. The project scope included demolition, interim classrooms, tenant improvements, site utilities, site improvements and landscaping, temporary chiller installation and a new central plant. The project is the first on the Valley College campus to pursue LEED certification.

  • SBCCD Measure M: Crafton Hills College - New Crafton Center

    New Construction of a 2-story, 46,500 SF building.  Exterior is concrete panel rain screen system and steel structure, curtain wall system, storefronts.  Type-II sprinklered.  Interiors:  metal stud framing with new finishes throughout.  Associated site work, landscape.  Designed to achieve a LEED silver rating, but is currently in Gold Status. Estimated to begin construction in March of 2014, original construction cost is estimated to be $20M.

  • SBCCD Measure M: San Bernardino Valley College Gymnasium & Stadium

    A new $46.1 million, three-story, 146,000 SF gymnasium building featuring ticket booths, concessions, field buildings, bleachers, press box, fitness and locker rooms, two basketball courts, group exercise room, staff office and lecture rooms. Project also provides new sports field lighting, landscape and drought tolerant landscaping.

  • Solano Community College District, Measure G Modernization Program

    A new $150 million bond program for the construction, renovation and modernization program. This includes extensive renovation and expansion of the Fairfield campus and new centers in Vallejo and Vacaville. Projects on the Fairfield campus include replacement of 4.5 miles of underground heating and cooling water distribution piping, new central plant boilers and chiller, new student services center, new track and field facilities, and the renovation and modernization of 16 existing buildings including science laboratories and lecture hall, mathematics, business/technology, humanities, nursing, student cafeteria and bookstore, vocational-technical arts, fine arts, theatre and the gymnasium/pool complex.

  • University of California, Davis, Ann E. Pitzer Center

    A new $15 million, 18,000 SF facility which provides much-needed instructional space as well as a world-class performance venue with a 5,000 SF concert space, accommodating 399 patrons.  The project also includes a lobby, outdoor courtyard, green room, studio teaching spaces and practice rooms, a recording studio and storage space for instruments.  The facility is expected to achieve LEED Gold.

  • University of California, Davis Welcome Center

    A 7,320 SF interior tenant improvement on the first level of the conference center facility within the graduate school of management and conference center complex.  Tenant improvements include an entry lobby, information/reception desk, digital lounge, computer kiosk, retail shop, director’s office, a communication room, two private offices and open office area, conference rooms with moveable wall divider, a presentation hall with seating for 120 people, a stage, and a green room.

Our team of professionals helps facility and development officials sort through the complexities of higher education construction.  We can assess needs to determine priorities and ensure equity, build and maintain public support, develop and maintain realistic budgets, schedules and quality standards and of course, minimize disruption to classes and overall operations during construction.