St. Paul’s Episcopal Phase 2
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St. Paul’s Episcopal Phase 2

November 20, 2014
In the early 1990’s, St. Paul’s purchased two adjacent lots to its main campus at 116 Montecito Avenue and subsequently developed a strategic master plan in 2002 that outlined a significant growth in enrollment within seven years.  As a result, the 2004 master plan by Pfau Long outlined a development framework for the school’s Montecito campus, as well as its Grand Avenue property.

Based on the master plan, this project increases the overall classroom space for grades 3-5 and constructs a new gymnasium. The existing historic Casa Romana building, built in 1923, will be renovated for use as a library and computer lab and will connect to the new gymnasium.  The new 8,000 sf gymnasium will accommodate athletic competitions as well as full school assemblies of up to 500 people. The gymnasium also provides accessible roof play space complete with a synthetic turf soccer field, hardscape play and multi-purpose terrace, and a play structure.

Location / year

Oakland, CA / 2009

Project Type

K-12 School

Team Managers

Jessica Goldbach
Adam Phillips

Architects

Dwight Long, AIA

Project Scope

Renovation or Expansion

Principals in Charge

Dwight Long, AIA

Photographic Credits

Pfau Long Architecture

Project Managers

Marcos Ancinas

Square Footage

13,000 GSF

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