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Net-Zero Campus – Fremont High School

Award Recipient for 2022 ENR Awards for K-12 Project

We couldn’t be more proud of our client’s recognition! Civil engineer CaliChi was an award recipient for last year’s ENR Awards K-12 Project for their redesign of Fremont High School. This high profile redevelopment project for Oakland UHSD included the demolition of approximately 95% of the existing 12 acre urban campus and the construction of 9 buildings. Totaling approximately 190,000 square feet of expansion, the new design adds 24,000 square feet of additional space.

Now a PG&E Net Zero Energy (NZE) campus where energy generation and use are balanced, the redevelopment also included a regulation football and soccer all-weather field and running track. Civil scope of work includes the design of mainline utility relocations and on-site utility service infrastructure for water, sewer, storm, gas, data, and electric; grading and drainage including up to 40 foot tall retaining walls around the backside of the proposed football field; full C.3 and Title 24 stormwater management, treatment, and maintenance; and public right-of-way encroachment improvement plans.

Design Firm: LCA Architects

Contractor: Cahill Contractors

Civil: CaliChi Design Group

Structural: KPW Structural Engineering

MEP: Guttman & Blaevot

Landscape Architect: Keller Mitchell & Co.

Electrical Engineer: EDesignC

We wish to congratulate Nora Garcia, Lowney Architects, on her recent award for Influential Women Making Impacts and Driving the CRE Industry Forward!