Clark/Sullivan lead a two-phase improvement project for the Lincoln Unified School District. The project included the construction of a new engineering and construction academy, the building of a parking lot, as well as modernization and structural retrofitting of two existing facilities on the site.
Phase 1 included construction of 9,500 square feet of new building and phase 2 included 6,000 square feet of modernization of existing wood shops and the addition of a maintenance building.
“We are proud to be part of this one-of-a-kind building both in its concept as well as its development and design. Not only will the academy provide a roof to learn under, but the students will use the building itself as a reference tool to what they are learning in their classes. The systems and structural members will be exposed and color coded for easy visualization and learning opportunities along with mock construction site put in place to be utilized by students. ” – Sean Burnie, Project Executive, Clark/Sullivan Construction n