Construction is under way on new facilities for Oceanside High School’s Career Technology Education program.
By September of this year, the school will have two buildings that will house four classrooms, a wood shop, faculty offices and a storage room for materials and other career technology supplies. Both buildings will total more than 8,100 square feet.
Currently, the Career Technology Education department is housed in temporary facilities.
Other site improvements include a new driveway entrance, a 135-space parking lot, outdoor lighting, fencing and landscaped areas.
This lease-lease back project is being headed by Erickson-Hall Construction and was designed by Groth Architects Inc. Project engineers include Stedman & Dyson Structural Engineers, T-Squared Professional Engineers and R.E. Berg Engineering Inc. Crescere Design is the landscape architect.
The Erickson-Hall team includes Nathan Complin, construction manager; Joe Weigel, project manager; Steve Fleming, superintendent; and Christina Jacobson, project engineer.