Del Campo High School Science, Media Commons & CTE Building

Client: San Juan Unified School District

Size: Science and Media Commons: 34,440 s.q. ft. Career Tech Facility: 11,240 sq. ft.

Cost: $34,400,000

Completion: August 2021

Delivery Method: Design-Build

Location: Fair Oaks, CA

Principal-in-Charge: Brian Maytum

Senior Project Architect: Chris Flatt

Senior Project Coordinator: Eric Sifuentes

Project Coordinator: Elizabeth Hawks-McBride

General Contractor: XL Construction

Construction Manager: Kitchell

Structural Engineer: Degenkolb

Civil Engineer: Warren Consulting Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: Weston & Associates

Geotechnical: Mid Pacific Engineering

Low Voltage: KMM Services

Landscape Architecture: MTW Group


The Science/Media Commons & CTE project brings relevant, career-focused, 21st century learning environments to the 55-year old Del Campo High School campus. An existing vocational building was re-purposed to include popular career technical education programs including Fire/EMT, Computer Technology and Television Broadcast. These state-of-the-art facilities provide relevant and rigorous courses that prepare students for high-wage, high-skill and high-demand jobs in today’s workplace. In addition, a new 2-story science center replaces the existing outdated facilities with highly collaborative learning environments with an emphasis on flexibility, safety and the promotion of student and teacher interaction. The project’s cornerstone is a high-bay, multi-media commons designed to encourage student collaboration and showcase high school academia to the community with its 2-story exterior glazing and dramatic lighting.

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