"The HACSB purchased the vacant lot at 251 S. Hope Ave. in April 2014 with the intention of developing a project similar to the successful 98-unit Garden Court on De la Vina Street. The Gardens on Hope will consist of 88 studio units and a one-bedroom manager unit.
The housing will serve the same low-income, frail senior population and provide three meals a day, housekeeping, transportation to medical appointments and a host of social programs." - Courtesy of NoozHawk
Featured Completed Project
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History - Centennial Project (Phase I)
The Phase I provides new and improved indoor and outdoor gallery experiences (Butterfly Pavilion, Santa Barbara Gallery, Bird Habitat Hall, Mammal Hall, Curiosity Lab) and site improvements (Museum Backyard and Nature Clubhouse, Museum Front Yard, Puesta del Sol Esplanade).
"Through funds raised through the Centennial Campaign we will improve the Museum’s ability to educate children and adults. By way of sequential improvements to our facilities, our exhibit halls, our landscaping, paths, and walkways, we set the stage for new and strengthened programming that connects the stories we are telling through our exhibits with authentic experiences in nature." - Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Featured Completed Project
Music Academy of the West - Hind Hall
The Music Academy of the West's most recent project with Schipper Construction Co. includes a new teaching studio building with basement, new loading dock, storage, and infill to an existing structure. Additional underground utilities, driveways, concrete walks and ramps were part of the project scope.
This project concludes The Music Academy of the West's ten plus year master plan that Schipper Construction Co. has helped become a reality. Past projects include Hahn Hall, Luria Educational Center, Main House renovation, Wood II Building, parking lot / site work, and other accessory buildings.
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Crane Country Day School
"For the start of this new year Crane Country Day School will be holding lessons in five new classrooms. These new classrooms represent the largest building expansion project for the school since it started in 1928. This project included three new buildings comprised of two English classrooms with an adjoining library including a stone fireplace and reading nook; two math classrooms with an adjoining breakout room; a design center full of the newest technologies including 3D printers; three staff offices; two new restrooms; as well as new outdoor assembly and learning areas with an historic Oak Tree as the central focal point."