Client: Natomas Unified School District
Size: 7,000 sq. ft.
Completion: February 2022
Delivery Method: Lease-Leaseback
Location: Sacramento, CA
Service: Concept Design, Grant Application, Planning, Programming, Site Accessibility Review, Site Analysis, Site Planning, Agency Review and Approval, Architectural Design, Interior Design, Space Planning, Construction Documents
Principal-in-Charge: Brian Maytum
Project Manager: Eric Sifuentes
Senior Project Coordinator: Alex Balais
Civil Engineer: Warren Consulting Engineers
Landscape Architect: MTW Group
Electrical Engineer: The Engineering Enterprise
Mechanical Engineer: Capital Engineering Consultants
Structural Engineer: Buehler
Cost Estimating: Sierra West Group
This 7,000 sq.ft. training facility is the first new construction on the Inderkum High School campus since the school opened in 2004. The facility will provide career technical education programs for student interested in law enforcement, fire and emergency medical support. The project consists of a 2-vehical apparatus bay, 2 classrooms, weight training center and support facilities. Designed with the collaborative input from Sacramento Metro Fire and Sacramento City Police, who will provide training support, the building goes a long way to mimic an actual neighborhood fire station, including a fully functional fire truck and EMT vehicle.