This project involved construction of a plaza in harmony with historical Meiras Hall built in 1901 as part of the historic Theosophical Institute of San Diego. The building combines late-Victorian wooden architecture with historical motifs such as modified Corinthian columns. The plaza keeps a special sense of place and history by reflecting the nearby Greek amphitheater overlooking the ocean and provides a clear connection between active areas of the campus and dormitories
In addition, schematic design, construction documents, specifications, preliminary cost estimates, and plant demolition and relocation plans were created for the following areas:
Nease Hall Extension and Parking Lot, First Church of the Nazarene located along Lomaland Drive, the main entry to the Point Loma campus.
We also prepared schematic and conceptual plans for Goodwin Residence Hall, Hendrix Residence Hall, and Nease Residence Hall to revitalize current conditions and amplifying the unique characteristics of each residence.