Winters High School is undergoing a significant transformation that is being completed over multiple phases in order to be as minimally disruptive as possible to campus operations. The highlight of the project is a new Career Technical Education (CTE) Center, which is located at the entry of the school, serving as a beacon for campus visitors and a hub for student enrichment. The 9,000 square foot CTE facility boasts classrooms for culinary arts, sciences and technology programs. As the signature component of the overall campus renovation, this project was completed in Phase 1 and sets the tone for the new architectural vocabulary which ties back to the history of Winters with use of full brick veneer and cast bronze medallions.

CLIENT

Winters Joint Unified School District

BUILDING AREA

9,000 SF

CONSTRUCTION COST

$5.8 million

STATUS

Completed 2019

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