We help school districts overcome the many challenges of building new, expanding, renovating or replacing academic buildings. Over the years, we have refined our custom approach and thorough processes to ensure that educational construction projects are delivered as promised, are set up for future expansion and most importantly, make the best use of public — or private — funds. Our work encompasses public, charter, and independent schools, as well as those on Tribal land.

  • Fremont Union High School District Measure B

    Bond program benefits five high schools with technology, science labs, energy efficiency measures, classrooms, athletic facilities and replacement of HVAC systems.

  • Cupertino Union School District Measure A, C & H

    Separate bonds encompass renovation, expansion and new construction of campuses, modernization of utilities and communication systems.

  • Milpitas Unified High School Aquatics Facility

    Measure E-funded facility includes a warming pool, building for machinery, bathrooms, office and community room, extended parking, ornamental fence and gates.

  • Trace Elementary School

    New library and classroom building with a computer lab. Includes mechanical and utility rooms, restrooms and storage space.

  • Rough Rock Community School

    Remote school with housing on the Navajo Nation, primarily ARRA-funded, 90 percent Native American participation rate throughout construction. LEED Gold, LEED Silver.

  • Glendale USD, Hoover High School Track & Field

    Kitchell was the lease-leaseback contractor for a $4.6 million track and field renovation and modernization project providing renovations and modernizations to the existing athletic field and track, including 80,000 SF of new synthetic turf, a new rubberized running track, a new 1,500 SF restroom building, new athletic field lighting, ADA renovations, and an underground storm water containment and percolation system.

  • Roseville City School District Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) Projects

    Kitchell served as construction manager at risk for ten projects at nine sites. The projects incorporate the construction of a multipurpose building at each of five sites, the construction of three classroom wings at one of the existing sites, the modernization of existing classrooms at one site, the construction of two new elementary schools, a district office, and another modernization project.

  • San Francisco Unified School District 2006 & 2011 Proposition A Bond

    A $500 million bond program to address the remaining projects at 50 school buildings that require modernization and upgrades. This measure completes the final phase of work begun in 2003, including the 2006 Prop A Bond.

  • Selma Unified School District, Maintenance, Operations and Transportation Warehouse - Measure A

    A new $6.9 million maintenance, operations and transportation warehouse for District use. The 18,286 SF metal warehouse facility features a 6,225 SF storage area and loading dock, a walk-in modular freezer, 3,358 SF office space and a 8,289 SF transportation maintenance area that includes two vehicle lifts and two service pits and 3,358 SF of office space.

  • Visalia Unified School District Modernizations

    El Diamante High School is a $39.5 million, 151,000 SF facility incorporating an administration building, a learning resources center, two classroom buildings, a relocatable classroom complex, a performing arts building, gym and food services building, three athletic fields, irrigation system, baseball and softball fields.

Our team encompasses specialists who can navigate the complexities of school construction financing, help you build and maintain public support, assess needs to determine priorities and ensure equity, develop and maintain realistic budgets, schedules and quality standards, and minimize disruption to classroom instruction and operations.