More Educational Projects
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Caltech - Moore Laboratory
Project consisted of the rehabilitation of the existing laboratory for Dr. Erik Winfree who transferred from MIT. The project consisted of the demolition of the existing laboratories and included the installation of new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire alarm systems, installation of new oak laboratory millwork, epoxy resin tops, fume hoods and special finishes throughout. All work was performed within the fully functioning laboratory facility on campus and was completed on time and within budget.
Caltech - Kerckhoff Laboratory
Project consisted of the rehabilitation of the existing laboratory for Dr. Bruce Hay. The scope of work included the demolition of the existing space and the installation of new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire alarm systems, ceilings, new laboratory millwork, epoxy tops and new finishes throughout. All work was performed within the fully functioning laboratory facility on campus and was completed on time and within budget.
Caltech - Church & Crellin Laboratory
Project consisted of the rehabilitation of the existing laboratory for Professor Brian Stoltz. The scope of work included the installation of new fume hoods, refurbishment of the existing fume hoods, refinishing of existing epoxy tops and laboratory millwork, installation of new electrical systems, fire alarm systems and finishes. All work was performed within the fully functioning laboratory facility on campus and was completed on time and within budget.
Caltech - Mosher-Jorgensen House
Project consisted of the rehabilitation of the 2nd and 3rd Floors of the existing facility, upgrade of the existing electrical systems, mechanical systems, fire alarm systems and communication systems. At completion of the system upgrades new finishes were provided throughout.
Caltech - William Keck Jr. Residential Hall
Project consisted of the conversion of the existing 45,000 sq. ft. student housing to office space for teaching staff. The scope of work included the demolition of the existing interiors, upgrade of existing utilities, and construction of new walls for office space including finishes.
UCSB - Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building
Santa Barbara, CA
Construction of the Central Activity Center for the University of California, Santa Barbara. The four-story and the three-story buildings are connected by a pedestrian bridge. The project also has central plaza and a food court, totaling 82,466 square feet.
UCLA West Campus Staging Facility
Los Angeles, CA
New construction of two-story, 60,000 sf steel frame with a plaster exterior, design/build medical facility. The project includes 71 examination rooms; each room includes electric examination tables, x-ray examination screens, lavatory, and nurse call. The project also includes 3 x-ray rooms, treatment rooms, and a surgery preparation area.
Cerritos Community College
Retrofit of 14 buildings with 10-month construction inside the campus. Significant coordination was required to limit disruption and maintain safety during the school year.
Pomona College - Hahn Academic Building
New construction of two-story structural steel and reinforced masonry classroom building enclosing approximately 23,000 sf. Exterior is cast stone clad with mission style clay tile roofing. Interior system includes state-of-the-art computer and communication systems. Exterior hardscape consists of concrete and stone pavers that carry through the interior spaces. Glazing system is tinted solex glass in steel frames.
Pasadena Community College Building W
The complete renovation of the student sports facilities of this building includes construction of full height separation walls and construction of 4 separate locker rooms for men and women. Included in these quadrants are shower facilities, lockers and dressing areas.
Claremont McKenna College - Stark Residence Hall Tower
This seven-story residence hall is located on the campus of Claremont McKenna College. The structure is a concrete frame on a 4’ matt foundation. Along with the core and shell building, McCormick constructed all of the interior spaces.
McKinley Children’s School
San Dimas, CA
New construction of a building containing classrooms and support facilities. Work also included site improvements, utility services, walkways, patios, exterior lighting, landscape planting and irrigation systems. Phase 2 of the project included renovation of existing classroom buildings, administration building and general offices and renovation of all interior finishes.
Temple Adat Ari El Classroom Building & Auditorium
North Hollywood, CA
New construction of two-story, 24,625 sf classroom building over partial basement area including 8,021 sf one-story auditorium remodel, kitchen retrofit and one-story, 3,104 sf multi-purpose room addition. Type V, one-hour construction throughout with fully automatic fire sprinkler system provided for the remodel and the addition.