Dublin High School in Dublin, Calif. Courtesy AEDIS Architects.
Thornton Tomasetti is providing structural design for the complete reconstruction of an existing high school campus over multiple phases. The 300,000-square-foot project consists of 10 new structures and includes the remodel and seismic retrofit of five existing buildings.
The Phase 1B Math and Science Building Project added 40 new classrooms in a new two-story, steel-framed structure that features steel special concentrically braced frames exposed in large windows that provide high levels of daylighting.
The Phase 2A New Academic Buildings Project added 47 new classrooms which include art, social studies, English, world language, special education, and computer labs, with department offices and collaborative learning spaces. The project also includes a new administration building and modernization/seismic retrofit of the existing library.
The Phase 2B Sports Complex Project includes a new athletic facility/gymnasium with bleacher seating for 1,800 fans and bleacher and floor seating capacity of 2,200. The sports complex includes a concession area, ticket booth, and new team rooms with a locker capacity of 240.
The Phase 3A Cafeteria Project will include a new food preparation kitchen, cafeteria food service area, an adjacent outdoor dining area, new culinary academy classrooms, and a teacher’s dining area. The project includes new construction and modernization of an existing building on campus.
The Phase 3B Performing Arts Project includes new construction and modernization of Building G. The project features a 500-seat theater, dressing rooms, scenery shop, band classroom, choir classroom, practice rooms, drama classroom, and a video production classroom.
The Phase 4 Courtyard/Industrial Arts/Gymnasium Project will modernize the existing gym and the industrial arts building and improve the auto shop.
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