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Natomas Unified School District – Paso Verde K-8 School

The Natomas Unified School District is dedicated to providing their students with a fully modernized learning environment to match their STEAM-focused curriculum. To help serve this mission, they engaged Boldt to deliver a new school for grades K – 8.

Built on a 19-acre campus, the new Paso Verde K-8 school campus features four classroom buildings, an administration building and a multi-purpose building that houses a gymnasium, art and music classrooms and food service. Innovative collaboration spaces provide opportunities for more individualized and small group learning, while an outdoor amphitheater and learning garden help create engaging classroom alternatives. The campus is set up to allow multiple access points for multiple transportation options that is easily accessible for the community members. Parking spaces are also set up for clean air vehicles.

Boldt worked with the district to deliver the project using a lease/leaseback system that allowed the district to engage Boldt early, during the design phase. As a result, Boldt was able to drive value into the design process, reducing the budget by nearly $5 million, without sacrificing the functionality or design.

Client
Natomas Unified School District
Location
Sacramento, California
Architect/Engineer
Lionakis
Boldt Role
  • Construction Manager
  • General Contractor
Project Type
New Construction
Project Size
100,000 SF

Project Highlights

  • Boldt worked with the district to deliver the project using a lease/leaseback system. By partnering during design, Boldt was able to help save the District nearly $5 million through value engineering.
  • The new school features multiple buildings and outdoor learning environments, spread across a 19-acre campus.