ENGINEERED TO EXCEED EXPECTATIONS

Lincoln High School

K-12 Schools

The old Lincoln High School was demolished to make way for a new state-of-the-art campus. The new 323,196 SF high school includes four 2-story classroom buildings, one with a partial basement, administration/library building with the administration portion partially below grade, single story visual arts building, 2-story food services/classroom with the classroom partially below grade, 2-story gymnasium building, two stadium restroom/concession buildings, stadium press box, football stadium seating and performing arts building.

  • Structural Engineer

    BWE

  • Оwner

    San Diego Unified School District

  • Architect

    Martinez & Cutri Corporation

  • General Contractor

    Barnhart, Inc.

  • Completion Date

    2007

  • Construction Cost

    $129 Million

  • Awards

    2007 AGC Build San Diego Award for Building Construction - Public Work