Update on Albert Einstein Academy Transformation

Studio E Architects takes great pride in contributing to learning environments. Albert Einstein Academy is no exception. Some of the design features include increase daylight for an optimum education setting, picturesque views for collaboration, material selection for enriching environments, and strategic program organization.

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Rendering of Albert Einstein Academy

 

Ground broken for middle school in Grant Hill  happened in mid-December. BYCOR General Contractors, Hughes Marino, and Studio E Architects hit the ground running. The conversion on the 40,000 sf hospital into a learning environment is best described by Bonnie Nicholls in her article Old Grant Hill hospital transforming into charter school as, “[a]n architecture firm and a public charter school … breathing new life into a frumpy old building on the edge of downtown San Diego.”  We couldn’t have described it better. District 8 Councilmen David Alvaraz chimes in, “In blighted communities – communities where you’ve got a lot of empty buildings or empty land – it’s good to see activity, especially a school. You’ll see families, and this is a very family-oriented community.” The transformation of the hospital to the school has brought unique challenges and opportunities in every phase of the project. The campus is scheduled to open in September.

 

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