PROJECT

Overview

Originally built in 1975, the newly renovated of Mt. Carmel High School represents a unique example of transforming an aging campus into a contemporary academic environment for future generations.  This campus was fully modernized and re-planned to support a higher level of academic performance than ever before.

Through the combined efforts of the design team and the multi-disciplined campus planning committee, every area of the Campus has been evaluated and redesigned for educational adequacy, student safety, and operational efficiency.  Buildings that were inadequate to serve current academic programs were fully renovated or replaced with new permanent buildings.

Details

Location: San Diego, California

District: Poway Unified School District

Size: 217,000 SF, 63.3 Acre Site

Cost: $27.8 M

Completion: 2006