Community Design: Mission Prep Renovation

From helping historical landmarks to designing learning environments where students and educators can thrive—Studio Design Group Architects has been committed to community design for more than three decades. Our latest Community design project is an especially exciting one – we’re renovating Mission College Preparatory High School in downtown San Luis Obispo.

Led by Project Manager Ariana Melendez, the Mission Prep project consists of an interior renovation of the three-story historic building (originally built in 1926) at the corner of Palm and Broad Street. The renovation will be completed in phases over the course of three summers.

This year our focus is a complete renovation of the school theater including a new stage, seating, and lighting/sound systems. Structural work below the theatre will support the new space. We’ll also be renovating the locker room on the lower level to support Mission Prep’s athletic program.

Demolition work is underway now. It started this week while students are out of school for Spring Break.

Looking ahead, the next project phases will include renovations of classrooms, student counseling center, administration space, and a new Robotics Lab.

Mindful design unites diverse people under one roof. It’s a service our team is privileged to share with communities for the common good. Here at Studio Design Group Architects we’re happy to serve students, teachers, and administrators in our own backyard. See past work we’ve done for Mission Prep here.

Contact our team of San Luis Obispo-based community design architects to learn what we can do for you.

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