Pleasanton Public Schools, Addition and Renovation
Our work for Pleasanton Public Schools began with an analysis of existing educational facilities and a plan to upgrade and expand its aging facilities.
This project demolished two aging additions and closed a village street that had separated the elementary/middle school from the high school. A new addition located in their place creates a K-12 environment by connecting the elementary/middle school to the high school facility. This eliminated the need for younger students to cross the street several times a day to use the high school’s library, cafeteria, and gymnasium.
The addition created a new secure entrance with adjacent, centralized administrative offices. This consolidated the administration, nurse’s office, and staff break room from various parts of the existing facilities and produced an entrance where visitors must pass the office to enter. Some of the space vacated by the old offices was demolished to create a new, larger commons.
Much of the 14-classroom addition is currently used by the elementary grades but was designed to be highly flexible and suitable for all grades. Resource rooms and special education also were integrated into this wing. A separate addition adjacent to the existing gym provides new locker rooms, a weight room, and a wrestling/activity room.
By reorganizing spaces in the existing school, we were able to create a new media center, kitchen, commons, computer lab, and art and music classrooms.
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