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Mayo Hall Renovation and Addition

Mayo Hall Renovation and Addition

Project Details

Location: Vallejo, CA

Square Feet: 20,300

Delivery: Collaborative Design-Build

Categories: Education, Current Projects

The rehabilitation of Mayo Hall calls for the demolition of non-historic additions to make way for a new modern single-story addition. Mayo Hall faces Morrow Cove and the greater San Francisco Bay, which offers incredible opportunities for views out to the Bay and bringing light and air into the new building. The interior layout is organized around a main circulation space dubbed “The Concourse” from which all the different programs for student life and cadet services will be connected. The existing gymnasium will house two large multi-purpose conference rooms and student leadership and career services in an open loft-like second floor. The existing natatorium will remain relatively open and active, housing the student life and bistro spaces. The Health Services department will occupy the Northside addition with its own separate and discrete entrance, providing a truly new health services building. Admissions, registrar and financial aid departments will inhabit the other addition. Mayo Hall emphasizes shared, cultural spaces such as the Wall of Honor, gallery to display Cal Maritime relics, and impromptu spill-out spaces that are critical for meeting and conference room functions. These spaces will not only display the shared history of California Maritime and its alumni, but will also act as a recruitment tool for attracting future cadets to campus. The Mayo Hall Renovation and Addition is one of Otto Construction’s five Collaborative Design-Build projects in the CSU System.

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Pamela Mari Da Vinci Tech Hub

DaVinci Tech Hub Exterior

Pamela Mari Da Vinci Tech Hub

Project Details

Location: Davis, CA

Square Feet: 13,000

Delivery: Lease-Leaseback

Categories: Education

Delivered via Lease-Leaseback, the new 13,000SF facility is home to Da Vinci Charter High School’s Computer Science Program. The building’s learning spaces consist of a tech hub, computer lab, science lab, makerspace, CTE breakout space, and digital fabrication and media production spaces. The building also houses the P.E. office, boys and girls locker rooms and restrooms, storage rooms, and utility rooms.

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Florin High School Agriculture, Culinary, and Engineering CTE

Florin High School Agriculture, Culinary, and Engineering CTE

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Location: Sacramento, CA

Square Feet: 17,100

Delivery: Design-Bid-Build

Categories: Education, Current Projects

The new 8,000SF Culinary Center will house two kitchen studios, a demonstration classroom, food storage and staff offices. Adjacent to the Culinary Center will be the Agricultural Center for Experiential Learning consisting of a 4,000SF pre-engineered steel animal barn providing new pen and show space for livestock and include a hatchery and nursery care for poultry. A new modular classroom building containing two labs will provide additional hands-on learning space.

The new CTE Engineering Center will consist of the modernization of 1,400SF of an existing building to serve as a computer design studio and construction of a new 3,700SF addition to house an advanced fabrication lab. The lab will contain Computer Numerical Control (CNC) milling machines capable of creating parts for student-built robots, rockets and remote-controlled vehicles. The associated site work includes the relocation of existing portable classroom buildings and tennis courts.

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Mortensen Field

Mortensen Field

Project Details

Location: Salinas, CA

Square Feet: N/A

Delivery: Lease-Leaseback

Categories: Education

This project consists of the renovation of an existing stadium at Rancho San Juan High School. The scope of work consists of new 1,500-seat grandstands, a 2,000SF restroom/concession building, new field and pathway lighting, new all-weather track, security fencing, varsity baseball backstop extension, and a 300 sq.ft. greenhouse.

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Greer Elementary School Modernization

Greer Elementary School Modernization

Project Details

Location: Sacramento, CA

Square Feet: 56,815

Delivery: Design-Build

Categories: Education

This innovative Design-Build project provided over 30,000 SF of new ground-up facilities and 24,000 SF of heavy modernization to create an entirely new campus on the original site dating back to the 1960’s. Greer Elementary School builds upon a custom modular classroom design developed by the architect and built by Otto. This was done to help meet a strictly phased construction schedule and to maintain full operations of the campus of over 500 students during construction. The project provides 21st century collaborative learning environments for its K-5 students, including outdoor workspaces and interior break-out spaces. Rooms are flexible and roll-up garage doors connect some classrooms to adjacent outdoor learning spaces.

This project rotated the school 90 degrees on its site and features three new buildings housing 16 classrooms, an administration building, and multi-purpose room twice the size of the original one. Two existing buildings containing 12 classrooms were remodeled to complement the new construction.

The school remained occupied throughout construction, requiring the project to be broken up into five phases and the students to be housed in temporary classrooms that remained on site for the duration of the project. As buildings were complete, students were moved into the newly constructed classrooms and students from existing classrooms were moved to the temporary classrooms, and so forth.

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Rancho Santana School

Rancho Santana School

Project Details

Location: Hollister, CA

Square Feet: 75,000

Delivery: Design-Build

Categories: Education

Rancho Santana School serves the Santana Ranch housing development and provides 21st century learning to approximately 850 TK-8th grade students. Built on a 12 acre site, the new two-story school consists of an administration building, library/media center, thirty-five classrooms, a playground, ball courts, and turf fields. Initially, three classrooms will be used as a warming kitchen and multi-purpose room until a permanent cafeteria is built in a later phase. The site is separated into three tiers. The buildings sit prominently on the first tier, the play courts are on the second, and the sports fields are on the lower tier.

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CRC College Center Expansion

CRC College Center Expansion

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Location: Sacramento, CA

Square Feet: 30,560

Delivery: Design-Bid-Build

Categories: Education

The new 30,560SF, two-story addition to the existing college center brings together services that were previously spread out across campus, making it easier for new and returning students to receive assistance before the start of each semester. The first floor houses Admissions and Records, the Student Access Center, and Counseling and Assessment. The second floor consists of the Transfer Center, Extended Opportunity Program and Services, and the president’s office. The main lobby is designed as a social hub with stadium-style seating and charging stations for students to connect their electronics while they study, hang out, or just relax. The scope also includes modernization to the existing building and site upgrades.

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Greenfield High School Classroom Building

Greenfield High School Classroom Building

Project Details

Location: Greenfield, CA

Square Feet: 24,417

Delivery: Lease-Leaseback

Categories: Education

This project was divided in two increments. Increment I consisted of site work including a new access road, parking lot, gateway into the school campus, fencing, landscaping, and ADA improvements. All site preparation for the building was performed in Increment I including rough grading, pouring the building pad, installing utilities up to 5′ from the building footprint, and underground site electrical. Increment II was the construction of a new 24,417SF, 2-story modular classroom building containing 14 general classrooms and four S.T.E.M. classrooms. The new building sits at the campus entrance.

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CRC Elk Grove Center Phase II

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CRC Elk Grove Center Phase II

Project Details

Location: Elk Grove, CA

Square Feet: 25,000

Delivery: Design-Bid-Build

Categories: Education, Current Projects

This project consists of the construction of a new 2-story, 25,000SF academic building at the Cosumnes River College Elk Grove Center.  The building will be constructed using type IIB construction and will house A and B occupancies. Associated landscaping, utilities, and civil work is included in the scope of work. The building is a slab-on-grade, with structural steel, metal framing and curtain wall system, interior has instructional biology, chemistry, and anatomy laboratories as well as much needed support and interaction spaces.

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SMUD Museum Of Science And Curiosity

SMUD Museum Of Science And Curiosity

Project Details

Location: Sacramento, CA

Square Feet: 48,940

Delivery: Design-Build

Categories: Renovations, In Your Community

The SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity – formerly known as the Powerhouse Science Center – is an adaptive reuse of the historic 1912-era PG&E Power Station, which sat vacant on the banks of the Sacramento River for 60 years. Before becoming the region’s newest hub for science education and exploration, the historic structure had to undergo stabilization and  rehabilitation. The building received a complete structural retrofit and a second floor for flexible exhibit space. A new two-story, 22,000SF addition was built on the east side of the existing building and contains an entry lobby, classrooms, offices, a café and a 110-seat planetarium prominently on display with a zinc-clad hemispheric dome rising above the building’s mass.

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