Mendocino College Library Learning Resource Center, Ukiah – New College Library Learning Resource Center, 48,000 sf structural steel building and associated site work.
Mills Hall, Mills College, Oakland - The seismic bracing of a 40,000 square foot, four story building originally built in 1871. Midstate renovated the interior, including new mechanical systems, accessibility requirements and finishes, and carefully restored the rare Second Empire facade to its original condition. This registered national landmark was awarded the Annual Design Award in Recognition of Outstanding Achievement in Preservation Projects from the California Preservation Foundation.
Pepperwood Preserve, Santa Rosa – New research building on the Pepperwood Preserve, a 3,117 acre nature preserve. The 9,500 sf building will feature a field research laboraftory, classrooms and library. Among the green construction components are “plyboo” and “wheatboard” panels, which are finish materials of bamboo veneer; recycled materials for doors and fences; a rain water collection system for storage in cisterns. This project is being designed as a LEED Gold project. North Bay Business Journal, Top Ten Construction Projects 2009: Green/LEED
Pickleweed Park Community Center and Library, San Rafael – Renovation of an existing community center and library. Work includes the renovation of an existing 12,000 SF Community Center building and the addition of a 12,000 SF Gymnasium building.
Santa Rosa Junior College, Bertolini Student Services Center, Santa Rosa – Ground up construction of a 66,646 square foot structural steel building for the student center for Santa Rosa Junior College. The three story building will house a new cafeteria, entertainment facility, coffee shop and various administrative offices. North Bay Business Journal, Top Ten Construction Projects 2009: Education
Stanford Annex, Stanford – Seismic strengthening of the annex to the mechanical-engineering lab, a historic sandstone building, and its conversion to offices, library, conference room, and computer training room. The roof tiles were designated to be of historical significance and were carefully removed, stored, and then replaced at the completion of an entirely new roof diaphragm. The historic wainscot was similarly removed, restored offsite and reinstalled.