San Diego Unified School District Breaks Ground on Two Modernization Projects
The San Diego Unified School District has officially begun modernization projects on two of its schools: La Jolla Elementary School and John Muir Language Academy. California builders C.W. Driver Companies broke ground on both construction projects last week. Work on both schools will entail renovations of existing buildings as well as the construction of new ones. The architects of record for the project are domusstudio architecture for La Jolla and the Baker Nowicki Design Studio for John Muir.
The work at La Jolla Elementary School (K-5) is scheduled to include upgrading existing permanent buildings and constructing a new two-story classroom and administrative building, a new kindergarten classroom building, a new lunch…