Lowell High School

Lowell High School

Lowell High School
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Founded in 1856 in San Francisco, Lowell High School is the oldest public high school west of the Mississippi. It is ranked as one of the highest performing public high schools in California, and has been recognized 4 times as a National Blue Ribbon School, 8 times as a California Distinguished School, and one time as a Gold Ribbon School. Lowell has been consistently ranked #1 in the Western Region for the number of Advanced Placement Exams given.

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Project Details


Gelfand Partners Architects

General Contractor: Arntz Builders, Inc.
Construction Manager: Swinerton Management and Consulting
Bid Amount (Hard Cost): $4,216,149
Change Order Amount: $1,336,262   (31.7% of bid amount)
Final Contract Amount: $5,552,441

Project Description

The project scope includes, but is not limited to:

  • Seismic strengthening
  • Minor remodeling, replacement of floor finishes, demolition & reconstruction of walls/floors/ceilings/ doors/cabinets/roofing
  • Demolition & reconstruction of mechanical and electrical systems to two classroom buildings and adjacent landscaping
  • Installation and utility hookup for seven (7) interim housing units and hazardous material abatement

This page was last updated on October 31, 2022