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Vacaville High School

Vacaville Unified School High Performance Modular Building   PDF Gallery
Building Project
Owner: Vacaville Unified School District
Architect: Rainforth Grau Architects
Vacaville Unified School Vacaville Unified School

In January 2018 students, teachers, staff, and administrators at Vacaville High School commenced the new year with two new, high performance, two-story buildings. As part of the Vacaville Unified School District’s Measure A Bond program for facility improvements, the campus received a 15-classroom Mathematics building and a comparable English building. Built by Enviroplex in partnership with Rainforth Grau Architects and stakeholder members of the Vacaville Unified School District, the new buildings delivered a combined 30,700 square feet of additional learning space.

The feature-rich buildings include multi-fixture tiled restrooms, custodial and janitorial spaces, a primary fire alert control room and a staff workroom. Concrete in-filled balconies and impressive eight-foot wide stair towers provide students an inclusive atmosphere for peer interaction. The new high-tech features include custom learning walls and sustainable design components that will provide students with a productive learning environment and the school district with energy savings for years to come.
Key Building Features
• Solar ready
• High efficiency LED lighting
• Concrete floors on both levels
• Pre-engineered fire sprinkler system
• 3-coat stucco exterior with CMU fascia
• Modular elevator with matching exterior finish
• 22 gauge roof panels with Title 24 compliant “cool roof” coating
• Commercial grade, high efficiency windows with light-sensitive tinting
• Interior high efficiency split system HVAC, integrated into the existing EMS
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