Dwyer Middle School has transformed dramatically under the Measure Q Bond Program. Phase 1 modernization work included marked improvements to the classrooms and administrative facilities. Classrooms campus-wide have been upgraded with the latest 21st Century technology and furniture.

Phase 2 projects renovated the more modern Case Building, which includes math and science classrooms and labs, as well as a new mural to refresh the exterior of the original school facility. The library was converted to a learning commons and the food services spaces were activated into a social environment where students can socialize, engage and collaborate. The new student hub is a place to see and be seen.

CLIENT

Huntington Beach City School District

BUILDING AREA

Campus-wide

CONSTRUCTION COST

$5.8 million

STATUS

Completed 2019

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