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E. O. Green Junior High, Oxnard, California
The modernization and expansion of E.O. Green Junior High was an extensive project. From renovated classrooms to new classrooms, art studio, library, and improvements to the administrative offices, and the physical education facilities, the school was both brought up to modern standards and expanded to meet the needs of a larger student body.
St. Patrick's Day School, Thousand Oaks, California
Built into the side of a hill, St. Patrick's Day School is designed to provide the optimum in educational facilities. The natural beauty of the surrounding landscape is a visual part of the classrooms. The design planned to meet the needs of students and teachers with effectively planned classrooms and circulation, covered decks and patios, break rooms and with an expanded office (with a sick room).
Blackstock Junior High School, Port Hueneme, California
The modernization of an existing school, while that school continues to operate, always requires careful planning and attention to detail -- while also being prepared for the inevitable unexpected "challenges."
The modernization of Blackstock Junior High School for the Hueneme School District was no exception. Budgetary considerations, a sewer system that turned out to be more deteriorated than originally thought -- many such factors combined to complicate the project.
However, with a well-developed architectural program and the combined efforts of architects, contractor, school staff, and the District, the upgrade of Blackstock came through on budget and with a minimum of disruption to the school process.
St. Bonaventure High School, Ventura, California
St. Bonaventure, a private Catholic high school, has long been an important part of the local community. When Lauterbach & Associates, Architects was chosen to provide the architectural services for their new administration and classroom building, it was recognized that the integration of the new with old campus would be extremely important.
The materials were chosen to relate to the existing campus context, while the Mediterranean sensibility of the design, with arches and towers, provides a dramatic focus for the campus and student plaza.
Rio Mesa Aquatic Center, Oxnard, California
A site for swimming competitions, for physical education for all students, and an accessible community pool, Rio Mesa High School Aquatic Center serves many needs. It is also an example of state-of-the art, thoughtful use of resources: gray water recycling containment tanks, solar and photovoltaic roof mounted equipment, enclosed pool equipment, and retractable shades all contribute to this very successful project.