K/12 and College Level Design
Educational Facilities are defined as any facility centered around educational services and student learning. There is a large range of size and variation within these facilities, dependent on it being a K/12 or College level facility. Kindergarten through 12th grade facilities usually have a base in average classroom size, and building structure. However, College level facilities are more unique, with a larger variation of complexity and size.
Educational facilities have a large range of challenges in regards to electrical design. Large or small, all education facilities require an in-depth knowledge of the diverse needs for each facility, including up to date network connectivity, telecommunication and safety systems. The numerous types of buildings in Education also present a multitude of challenges; varying between gym facilities, classrooms, dorms, etc.
Studio 151's Experience
Studio 151’s Engineers have a wide range of experience meeting these challenges. Due to our higher level of service and flexibility with client based needs, we have successfully supported a large number of education based projects. Our Engineers understand the complex systems that go into designing educational facilities.
We have supported projects such as, but not limited too:
Sonoma State University – Stevenson Hall Remodel
San Jose State University Stadium – Spartan Athletics Center
Stanford University Maintenance/Facilities Office Consolidation Bldg