Government Projects


West City Center

San Diego Community College District – West City Campus

The newest San Diego Community College Campus is a “Campus of Excellence” with a focus on Culinary Arts and Consumer Sciences. The 39,564 SF building contains Business/Technology Classrooms, Culinary Arts Classroom, Jewelry-Making Classroom, Children’s Center, Media Center, and District Administrative Offices. The energy performance of the building is 40% greater than the requirement of Title 24 and 60% greater than ASHRAE 90.1. The project received $52,305 in energy incentive dollars from San Diego Gas & Electric Company and is part of the Sustainable Communities Development Program. The project also received an ASCE Award of Merit.

San Ysidro High School

San Ysidro High School – Performing Arts Center and Classroom Building

This design build project consisted of a one story, 28,000 square foot state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center; a three story, 25,000 square foot Classroom Building; covered walkways; an ASB canopy and shade structure for a central lunch courtyard.
The 400 seat Performing Arts Center includes a Lobby/Gallery, stage, orchestra pit, dressing rooms, restrooms, storage, scene shop, control, dance, band and choir rooms, and ticket office. The Classroom Building has twelve general classrooms, and six wet lab science classrooms.

The project has received the following awards: 2009 DBIA Western Pacific Region, Magic of Design Build; 2008 ENR Best of the Best K-12; 2008 California Construction Best of Best 2008, Performing Arts Center; and 2008 McGraw Hill Best of California Construction Award, Performing Arts Center.

CSU San Marcos – Phase I Infrastructure

The site development for this new campus included new 12kV electrical system including Main Service Switchgear, Central Plant with chillers and boilers, Main Telephone Service and Distribution System, Parking Lots, Roadways and Pedestrian walkways. The Central Plant Building and Electrical Building provided the core mechanical and electrical utilities for the campus. The roadway, parking lot and pedestrian walkway system provided the core transportation and circulation routes for both cars and students. A utility tunnel was constructed to allow for routing of wet utilities to respective building facilities. The project provided the master planning, design and construction of the core infrastructure for this modern state-of-the-art campus.