An addition of two new buildings to an existing school with extension of exciting power and systems backbones.
The library and food service building is a single story totaling 31,245 square feet. The food service portion provides a full service kitchen for the school. The library includes both small and open study areas as well as the expected book storage area.
The second building is a two story science and art classroom building totaling 46,258 square feet. Improvements include standard classrooms, lab spaces, ceramic studio, fine art classroom with state of the art dimming system, as well as broadcasting facilities.
The 50-year-old Perris High School campus is getting a major overhaul that is expected to modernize and transform the 2,500-student campus. Phase 2A includes the construction of a new two story media arts building, a new satellite kitchen, modernization of the existing locker room building, and the associated site work. Phase 2A is expected to be completed in 2017.
The Garden Grove Unified School District has 69 schools ranging in age from 37 to 89 years old. All of them are in need of modernization and upgrades. The McGarvin Elementary School Project involves repairs and replacement of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems; replacement of indoor and outdoor lighting for improved emergency efficiency and upgrading seismic bracing for light fixtures. The project was completed summer of 2015.
The last phase of the major modernization of the Mary Putnam Henck Intermediate School started in June 2015 and was completed in 2015. The modernization to this campus has been so extensive that it had to be completed in four phases – Daniel’s has been involved in 3 of the 4 phases via the competitive bidding process. Phase 4 will involve demolition of existing science classrooms with reconfiguration and construction of four new science classrooms; one shared prep area and one shared lab. Work includes the removal and replacement of all finish in affected areas.
If small businesses are the economic backbone of America, then Thomas and Pamela Ispas represent a strong and vital piece of that backbone. Their Fontana Company – Daniel’s Electrical Construction – was honored by California state legislators as a 2009 Small Business of the Year.