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U.C. Davis Shrem Museum

The new U.C Davis Shrem Museum has been designed by New York-based design firm, SO IL and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, a prominent architectural firm, the new museum is envisioned as a regional center of experimentation, participation and learning.

Town School for Boys

The Town School in San Francisco is undertaking the modernization of its 2750 Jackson Street campus. The campus master plan will capture an additional 18,000 square feet of space, increasing the school's urban footprint by over 30% .

Pac 12 Studio

In this fast-track project, Olson Steel and MATT Construction converted two office floors and the roof of an occupied 7-story office building into a state of the art broadcasting studio for the PAC-12 Network.

USC Cinematic School

The USC School of Cinematic Arts, Phase 3 project expands the campus' School of Cinematic Arts classroom and work space by 62,500 sq. ft. The building includes screening rooms, audio sensitive rooms, grant research labs, faculty offices, and support spaces.

San Mateo HS Performing Art Center

The new San Mateo Performing Arts Center. The two-year project came just short of demolishing the old theater, built in 1963. The interior was gutted. A cramped first-floor lobby has been replaced by a soaring three-story space with views to the west of the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Sonoma State University Center

The Sonoma State University Center has a dedicated student center for dining, studying, shopping, student government, and alumni relations. Sundt Construction and Olson Steel worked together on the new three story, 130,000 sf, center which is situated in the heart of campus.

Stanford Law School

The Stanford Law building includes faculty offices, Law School clinics, administrative support, seminar rooms and support spaces on three floors. There will be an exterior courtyard on the second floor.

Stanford GSB

The Knight Management Center includes approximately 360,000 square feet spread across eight buildings, replacing the current 260,000 square foot Business School facility. The project is designed to give the sense of being in a small village while still being connected to the Stanford campus.

Santa Clara University Student Building

The Santa Clara University Student Building, consisting of 16,284-square feet, was created as a center for student groups and activities, housing large multipurpose rooms and conference rooms. This steel-framed building has been designed in the Mission style typical of the SCU campus, with a plaster exterior, arcade walkways, wood trellises, and a clay tile roof.

U.C. Santa Cruz Cowell Health Center

This project included a major retrofit and seismic upgrade to University of California, Santa Cruz's Cowell Student Health Center, encompassing renovations and seismic reinforcements to three existing buildings and the addition of one new ground-up, two-story, steel-frame medical office building to house both urgent and primary care.

Stanford Medical LKC

This is the first of three new research buildings within the Stanford School of Medicine's Institutes and Centers. The building is a 200,000 sf building and houses select research from the Institute of Stem Cell Biology & Regenerative Medicine, the Cancer Center and the Neurosciences Institute.

Canada College - Buildings 16 & 18 Renovations

The renovation of Canada College Science Buildings 16 and 18 includes a new exterior elevator, restroom renovations, interior accessibility improvements, and new interior finishes. Science labs, prep-rooms, classrooms and faculty offices were all completely renovated.

Harker Science & Technology Building

The Harker School, in San Jose was unique for Olson - it involved attaching structural steel to tilt up concrete panels for a new science and technology building. Fine attention to detail was needed to ensure that the close to 1000 embeds (connections) that were placed in the concrete prior to pouring the panels were accurate.

SCU- Leavey School of Business

The Santa Clara University-Leavey School of Business consists of an 85,000 sf 3-story building including a mix of 100 faculty offices, 20,000 SF of open office, full coffee bar/café, (8) classrooms, (2) seminar spaces and one large dividable (100) seat seminar space.

USF Campion Hall

The USF Campion Hall Building included the design and construction for the seismic retrofit and tenant improvement of the 110,000 SF Campion Hall building with a 7,000 SF addition that connects Kalmanovitz Hall to Cowell Hall.

Fresno State Library

The Henry Madden Library is the largest academic library in the San Joaquin Valley. The new addition to the Madden Library will remedy space deficiencies and allow for the integration of library services in a way that is more responsive to the needs of students and faculty.