Midstate Construction Completes Amador Valley & Foothill High School Classroom Buildings
Amador Valley & Foothill High School Classroom Buildings
General contractor Midstate Construction Corporation, and owner Pleasanton Unified School District (PUSD) recently completed two new classroom buildings at Amador Valley High School & Foothill High School in Pleasanton, CA
Designed by HKIT Architects, these two ground up buildings on each campus include classrooms and learning spaces for science, engineering, and computer technology.
Amador Valley High School’s 16,200 square foot classroom building (purple trim) contains six standard classrooms, three science classrooms with prep-room, two special day classrooms, and one standard classroom. Additional features include gender-neutral restrooms, utility rooms, elevator, and related site work.
Foothill High School’s 11,300 square foot CTE Building (blue trim) contains four engineering classrooms, two science classrooms, science prep-room, and two computer labs designed to attract and engage students to join the CTE program. Additional features include bathrooms, utility rooms, elevator, and related site work.