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Draftsmen & Craftsmen

3/28/19

Construction of San Diego Mesa College’s Fine Arts Building has been completed. The $15.9 mil project consists of a four-story, 26.5k sf facility that unites the program’s departments into a single modernized building.

The new space facilitates experiential teaching and collaboration, enhancing the department’s ability to provide a comprehensive fine arts education program and hands-on experience for students. Located at 7250 Mesa College Dr, on the site of the former I-300 building, the new integrated building provides a hub for the college’s photography, digital graphics, drawing, painting, ceramics and sculpting classes and studios.

“The design incorporates large, open studio classrooms that allow for maximum flexibility, and provides the resources and education its fine arts students need to succeed as the college’s programs continue to grow and thrive,” noted Brandon Silveira, project manager at C.W. Driver Companies.

Hanna Gabriel Wells was the architect on the project. The building is designed to obtain LEED® Silver certification as a result of reusing existing structures, optimizing energy performance, using low-emitting materials and other energy-efficient measures. In addition to the new fine arts center, the project involved construction of a new exterior sidewalk and walkway, curb and gutter improvements and new street access on the North and South sides.

The new fine arts facility was funded by the $1.55 bil Proposition S and N construction bond program, which funds new instructional and career training facilities, major renovations and campus-wide infrastructure projects at Mesa, City and Miramar colleges as well as six continuing education campuses throughout San Diego.

In addition to Silveira, C.W. Driver Companies team members on the project included Mike McConkey, senior superintendent; Dan Howell, superintendent; Gilbert Agundez, assistant superintendent; Kenny Kimbrough, project engineer; Ricka Iwatsu, chief estimator; Eric Schultz, project manager and Hank Withaar, vice president of operations.





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