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Draftsmen & Craftsmen


San Diego Community College District’s Mesa College has broken ground on the $12.8 mil construction of a new fine arts building. Located at 7250 Mesa College Drive, construction is expected to be completed in summer 2018.

The four-story, 26.5k sf building will be located on the site of the former I-300 building and accommodate classrooms and studios for drawing, painting, photography, sculpting and ceramics. It is being built by C.W. Driver Companies.

The building’s first floor will serve as the main entrance and house the Mesa College Art Gallery as well as an art history lecture classroom. The second and third stories will have large, open studio classrooms for drawing, digital graphics and sculpture, while the fourth floor will contain ceramics and painting studios. Shop spaces will be located adjacent to the studios and classrooms to support the shared use of art equipment, materials and other resources.

C.W. Driver Companies is working alongside HGW Architects on the project, which is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification. The building will feature simple industrial finishes, open floor plans and high ceilings. The project also includes the construction of new sidewalks and walkways, curb and gutter improvements and new street access.

In addition to Withaar, C.W. Driver Companies project members include Richard Freeark, senior vice president; Ricka Iwatsu, chief estimator; Eric Schultz, project manager; Daniel Moreno superintendent; Brandon Silveira, assistant project manager; Kenny Kimbrough, project engineer; and Karen Lord, project coordinator.

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