Clark/Sullivan Construction

Lincoln Unified School District Modernization

Client

Lincoln Unified School District

Architect

Booker-Gery / Lionakis

Project Value

$35 Million

Delivery Method

Lease-Leaseback

Category

K-12 Education

Lincoln Unified School District gave Clark/Sullivan the mission to stretch the district’s dollars to buy as much facility improvement as possible within a $35 million budget. Through careful planning and collaboration with the design team, we completed two additional projects. Mission accomplished!!

Lincoln HS Modernizations: Modernization of two wings of classrooms and the cafeteria in the middle of a busy High School during the school year. Clark/Sullivan completed the project under budget and on schedule while maximizing safety for students and school staff.

Village Oaks Bus Yard: Clark/Sullivan worked as a Design-Builder to help design and build a new metal building for school buses and associated

“Although their construction work was impeccable, I was most impressed with the absence of detractors that seem to plague major construction projects: 1. Notwithstanding a state funding delay, the facility was delivered on time. 2. There were no unanticipated change orders. 3. Communication was outstanding and there were no surprises. 4. The surrounding grounds were left in better condition than when the contractor arrived.” – Tom Uslan, Interim Superintendent

Lincoln HS Gymnasium Expansion: Clark/Sullivan added a new gym with seating for 2000 and modernized the old gym and locker room in time for Basketball season opening. In addition to the challenge of finishing on time was the challenge of old City easements, generally rare on school property.

Sierra Middle School Addition: Clark/Sullivan created a new front “entrance” to a campus fronting a very busy street using eye catching architecture and completing under budget.

Lincoln USD Stanton Way Improvement: Clark/Sullivan performed as Design Builder under a Lease-Leaseback agreement to improve a pedestrian plaza and re access so it no longer split campuses visually and culturally. Enhanced paving and landscaping will mask what was a former City street and then vacated to the District.

Tully C. Knoles: New library and resource center along with modernization of the school. n