|Location||•||Mountain View Alternative High School|
|Owner||•||San Jacinto Unified School District|
|Architect||•||Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke|
|Size||•||35,000 sq. ft.|
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Mountain View Alternative High School is designed around a ranch-type theme. The 5 new buildings include administration, multi-use (MPR/library/food service), a 2-story classroom and 2 toilet buildings. This new construction project is located within the San Jacinto Fault zone. The multi-use building utilized a 3-dimensional space frame that clear-spans 75 feet.