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Polytechnic School’s 16-acre campus has served the community of Pasadena for many generations. Additions and renovations were performed in four phases. Phase I consists of public street work. Phase II consists of a 3,000-square-foot building addition, the relocation and renovation of a 1928 historic building originally designed by Roland Coate, and the construction of a new maintenance building.
The third phase consists of a two-level subterranean parking structure for 283 cars, four new educational buildings, two relocated historic buildings originally designed by Myron Hunt and Gordon Kaufman, and outdoor recreational space. The fourth phase of work consists of the demolition of two levels of an existing wing to accommodate a new structural concrete wall and elevator tower. A new 29,380-square-foot structural steel math and science academic building was built, featuring a third-floor library.
Morley used extensive Building Information Modeling (BIM) services, including the creation of three-dimensional virtual tours to plan and execute the four-phased project. Work was performed while school was in active session.
Multiple buildings over 16-acre campus
Gold (Phases III and IV)
CalOSHA - Golden Gate Partnership Recognition for Commitment to Safety