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Mission Elementary School Modernization
(# 37)
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Originally constructed in 1937 and serving a rural farming community, this historically significant campus had fallen into disrepair, closing in 1993. In an effort to relieve over-crowding, the District sought to revive the campus. The design solution blends new construction with the original mission style architecture to create a timeless school. The new linear Arcade and Bell Tower masks a nondescript 1960’s building to create a consistent architectural vocabulary. Utilizing focused sustainable design practices, all excess ground water is diverted to a retention area designed as a School Yard Habitat for outdoor learning. The entire site incorporates drought tolerant California Native plantings. The school’s unique aesthetics are enhanced and energy savings are maximized through the use of high efficiency mechanical systems, low-e dual glazing, daylight harvesting, low-flow plumbing fixtures, and multi-level light switching with occupancy sensors.
Site Plan
Bldg A Floor Plan
Bldg B Floor Plan
Bldg C Floor Plan
Bldg A Exterior Pic
Bldg A Exterior Pic
Bldg A Interior Pic
Bldg B Exterior Pic
Bldg B Exterior Pic
Bldg B Exterior Pic
Bldg B interior Pic
Lunch Shelter Pic
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