West Covina High School football team holds multiple CIF titles as well as League Championship titles from years of a strong athletic program. The championship team’s home field was not up to the caliber people have come to expect.
West Covina High School is receiving an upgrade of the existing football field. The project will include new bleachers, a press-box, restrooms, and a low-voltage infrastructure.
The improvements will benefit not just the players, but the sports fans as well.
Nuview Library was a 2,160 square-foot modular building. No longer meeting the needs of the public, Nuview was in need of a major upgrade.
This project will replace the existing modular unit facility with a 3,760 square foot library. The project will have LED lighting, switchgear, computer infrastructure, and a fire/security system. This new public library will receive new books and have a section for teens and children. It will also be equipped with a computer access lab, plug-in technology areas, a bookstore, community meeting room, and a teen focus zone.
The project, when complete, will be more energy efficient, safer, and more technologically advanced for students to be able to excel.
As Sun View was expecting its student body to become twice the size, the building got an electrical upgrade, as well as an expansion.
This project allows the school to double in size to accommodate the student body of another school (said school will be under renovation). The school received a new electrical service and underground conduit infrastructure that will be able to provide both high and low voltage systems. Additionally, a multi-purpose building, 13 modular classrooms, and a double restroom will be constructed along will three future classrooms and a boys and girls locker room.
With Temecula’s high temperatures hitting triple digits, Temecula Middle School needed HVAC upgrades, to keep students and faculty cool and alert during the hotter months.
This middle school remodel will consist of a new, fully automated fire alarm system campus wide, new HVAC upgrades (replacement of 59 AC units) and an exterior parking lot upgrade.
The project will ensure that Temecula Middle School students are comfortable for years to come.
De Anza and Park Hill Elementary schools educate a combined total of over 1,300 students in the San Jacinto Unified School District. The expanding student body required an upgrade to the aging infrastructure.
These two elementary schools had a complete remodel of their Administration building, Multi-Purpose building, twenty-two classrooms and restrooms. The project began with installing a modular building for interim student housing: 6 classrooms and 1 restroom. The existing school building received a complete electrical makeover: upgraded existing switchgear distribution and panelboards, complete HVAC upgrades, data systems upgrades, and a new fire alarm system.
The projects are scheduled to be completed in September of 2018.