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The Facility Improvement Projects (FIP) Department of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District provides construction and program management services for the District's facility improvement capital programs. Our goal is to be efficient and maintain precise implementation of the capital programs.

Our team is dedicated to safety and security on campus and ensuring that construction projects never jeopardize student’s safety. We create environmentally friendly spaces for students through sustainable initiatives such as outdoor learning spaces, and we utilize sustainable materials such as recycled flooring and carpet. State-of-the-art buildings are designed as we integrate new technology into classrooms for the success of the students and their future.



Measure ES


In the News



Measure ES at work - new classrooms at SMMUSD schools. The SMMUSD Board of Education announced the appointment of 22 members to the newly created Facilities District Advisory Committee (FDAC) at the regular February 18, 2016 school board meeting.

All members of the FDAC will serve on one of two sub-committees, the Malibu Facilities Advisory Committee (FDAC-M) or the Santa Monica Facilities Advisory Committee (FDAC-SM). Each subcommittee will advise only on projects for school sites in their areas. The FDAC-M committee members will focus on Malibu schools and the FDAC-SM members will advise on Samohi and the other Santa Monica schools.

The purpose of the FDAC is to provide the Board of Education and district staff with the community’s perspective regarding the use of bond funds for school site construction in conformance with board-established and -approved goals and priorities.
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Measure ES funds are being used to create 21st century classrooms throughout the district, with upgrades complete at Santa Monica and Olympic High Schools, and McKinley, Grant, Cabrillo, Webster and Point Dume Elementary Schools. Renovations include interactive whiteboards, dual projection screens, document cameras, audio system with teacher and student microphones, and teacher laptops. Improvements at the other nine campuses are ongoing and on target.







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