C.W. Driver Companies, a premier builder serving California for more than 100 years, today announced the start of construction on their newest project for Menifee Union School District, a $54.5M K-5 elementary school that will have an estimated student capacity of 600 when it opens, with completion scheduled for July of 2024.
Located in Riverside County, the planned campus will be spread across 46 acres and incorporate ample outdoor areas for physical activity and social gatherings.
The new construction will include 23 classrooms, a kindergarten building, an administration building, library, food service kitchen and multipurpose room, with the various buildings laid out in a horseshoe configuration. Plans include a modern multipurpose room with a state-of-the art audio visual system, play and track fields, and playgrounds for children’s recreation. There will also be a 106-stall parking lot with student pickup and drop off areas. The project scope will also require various off-site improvements, including street improvements to Wickerd Road. The architect is DLR Group | BakerNowicki.
“This is the second school we’ve worked on for Menifee Union School District, with Menifee Valley Middle School being the first,” said Andy Feth, project executive at C.W. Driver Companies. “In that instance, it was an intricate expansion of an existing campus, while this is a completely new build from the ground up.”
In addition to Menifee Elementary #15, C.W. Driver’s robust portfolio of K-12 work includes projects for San Diego USD’s Nipaquay Elementary School and multiple project modernizations, Grossmont UHSD’s El Capitan High School Events Center and multiple new and modernizations, San Dieguito UHSD’s Torrey Pines HS Modernization & New Digital Arts Building and Pacific Trails Middle School, Chino Valley USD’s New K-8 The Preserve II School and multiple project modernizations, Granada Hills Charter’s New TK-8 School Facility, Irvine USD’s New Solis Park K-8 School and Irvine HS Performing Arts Complex in addition to multiple new and modernization projects, Flintridge Preparatory School Bachmann Collaboration Building, and Brentwood School Saltair West Annex and Parking Garage. In total, C.W. Driver’s K-12 work spans more than 150 projects in the past 100 years.
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