SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

FACILITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS



John Adams Middle School


Project Overview
In fall 2010, outdoor improvements were upgraded near the athletic field. Tree planters and built-in bench seating was installed for students to enjoy during recess hours. A teaching garden was installed for educational purposes.

Modernization and new construction included a new attendance office at the entrance providing improved supervision, safety, and security. The old attendance office was newly remodeled to accommodate the art classroom. The 80's east wing was replaced with new classrooms, a parking lot, and a lunch shelter. New bleachers and a stage area were constructed at the Commons Space. A new fire system was installed and two tennis courts were constructed to replace those that were previously removed.

The John Adams Middle School project reflects Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) criteria by improved day lighting, improved air quality and natural ventilation, maximized energy efficiency, reduced water use, and storm water treatment.

Construction began in August 2011. The front entry, attendance office, art classroom and courtyard, and main offices were complete in April 2013. The 80's east wing classroom buildings were completed in May 2013.

Technology
Twenty-one existing classrooms were upgraded to the district's new technology standards. The standard includes a projector and screen, document camera, DVD player, and a sound system with a wireless microphone. The school has been upgraded to 1Gpbs networking and campus-wide Wifi. The telephone systems were replaced with a district-wide IP telephone system (VOIP). One teacher and eight student laptops were provided for 16 science classrooms.


Project Contact:

Steve Massetti

Bond Manager Consultant

310-450-8338 x79389

smassetti@smmusd.org

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