Winters High School is undergoing a significant transformation, totaling $40 million in construction value to be completed over three phases. As the campus will remain operational during construction, considerations for project prioritization, student safety and construction scheduling are all being orchestrated by the BCA Team.
The highlight of the project is a new CTE Center, which serves as a beacon for campus visitors and hub for student enrichment. The CTE facility will boast classrooms for culinary arts, sciences and technology programs. This project sets the tone for the new architectural vocabulary which incorporates the historical full brick veneer and cast bronze medallions.
Modernizations also include converting and improving existing spaces, as well as developing new educational environments. Existing art labs were converted into a student union/cafeteria and the existing weight room became a music wing. The athletics stadium received a new 8-lane synthetic track, an artificial turf field, new bleachers and new lighting.