We help academic institutions overcome the many challenges of building new – or expanding, renovating or replacing –  campus facilities. 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.

  • The University of Arizona Health Sciences Innovation Building

    The nine-story, 226,000 SF Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB) serves as a cutting edge platform to build and foster collaborations among interdisciplinary teams of health professionals, students, faculty and researchers in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and public health. READ MORE

  • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Recreation Center Expansion & Renovation

    A $57.5 million renovation and expansion including a lobby, fitness rooms, gym, multi-activity center, wellness center, indoor track, leisure pool, sand courts, racquetball courts and locker rooms.

  • The University of Arizona Grand Challenges Research Building

    Scheduled to open in 2024, the Grand Challenges Research Building is a 115,000 SF interdisciplinary research facility that will provide space to foster conversations among different programs on the University of Arizona campus. READ MORE

  • UC Riverside School of Medicine Clinical Skills & Simulation Suite

    The renovated 10,000 SF space is now the largest clinical simulation space in the University of California system. READ MORE

  • UC Riverside School of Medicine Research Laboratory

    Interior build-out for the UC Riverside School of Medicine that features new labs for biomed and stem cell research (BSL-2). READ MORE

  • Arizona State University Armstrong Hall Renovation

    Originally constructed in 1966, Armstrong Hall was renovated to provide a new home for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The updated two-story facility features a central location for student success, advising, instruction and collaboration. READ MORE

  • Arizona State University Ross-Blakley Hall Renovation

    A three-story transformation for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences that enhances instructional and research effectiveness for students and staff. READ MORE

  • Yosemite Community College District, Measure E Bond Program

    A $351 million bond program including major safety repairs, renovations and modernizations to existing facilities, classrooms and science and technology centers as well as new classrooms, educational buildings, educational centers and establishment of a Library and Learning Resource Center.

  • State Center Community College District, Measure C Bond Program

    A $485 million capital improvement bond program consisting of 27 projects on six different campuses. Kitchell provided program and construction management including on-site administration, planning, architect selection, master budget, schedule and cash flow analysis.

  • San Joaquin Delta Community College District, Measure L Modernization Program

    A $250 million program including campus wide infrastructure upgrades, central plant improvements, modernization of a library resource center, upgrades to the Planetarium Center and Atherton Theatre, as well as new construction of a student services building, district data center and a math and science complex.

  • San Bernardino Community College District, Measure M Bond Program

    A $500 million bond program providing renovations and new construction including campus-wide parking lot upgrades, ADA upgrades, a new science building, new parking structures, a new general classroom building and a new PE athletic complex.

  • Solano Community College District, Measure G Modernization Program

    A $150 million bond program providing new construction, renovation and modernization of facilities throughout the District.

  • 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.

  • MiraCosta Community College District, Measure MM Bond Program

    A $538.5 million bond program to provide construction, repair, improvement and upgrades to the buildings, classrooms and other facilities located at each of the District’s three campus locations. These upgrades will meet the changing needs of students and the North County San Diego community over a 10-year period.

  • City College of San Francisco, Program Management Services

    Program and construction management services for an $845 million bond program expected to span over seven years encompassing infrastructure, new construction and renovation projects. Projects include a new Performing Arts Center, new STEAM building, new Student Success Center, new Child Care Center, new utilities loop and major renovations to several buildings at the main campus and other centers. Major projects are delivered via design-build.

  • San Luis Obispo County Community College District, Measure L Bond Program

    A $275 million bond program which will address crucial facility needs, including a new instructional building on the San Luis Obispo campus, a new campus center, a new career training facility and new early childhood center at the Paso Robles campus. Work also includes the replacement of temporary classrooms, repairs and upgrades to roofs, heating and air conditioning units, aquatic center and other infrastructure and utilities technology upgrades.

  • Monterey Peninsula Community College District, Measure I Bond Implementation Plan

    A $212 million bond program consisting of the construction of a new child development center, new and updated athletic facilities, a new student services building, new math and sciences complex, new classrooms and laboratories and renovation of the other campus buildings. Prior to construction, the team developed an implementation plan that includes a physical master plan, a communication plan, master budget, master schedule, interim housing plan, processes and procedures, consultant selection and coordination, and ongoing consulting tasks.

  • Peralta Community College District, Construction Management Services

    Kitchell is providing construction management services for projects at two of the District’s four campuses including a new Landscape Horticulture Complex, a new Child Development Center and the new design-build Berkeley City College Academic Building.

  • Contra Costa Community College District, Construction Management and Select Program Management Services

    Kitchell is providing construction management services for various projects at the Diablo Valley College Campus as well as select program management tasks for the District including a new Arts Complex and upgrades to the Physical Education/Kinesiology Complex.