Bannon Creek Elementary School

Sacramento, CA

Project Overview

One-of-a-kind two-story sets the style for Bannon Creek’s campus conversion.

Bannon Creek’s modern classroom building paved the way for the school’s conversion to a K-8 facility. The fully custom AMS building features matching two-story classroom wings connected by a site-erected second-floor walkway covered by an open truss roof with fresh air openings—a stylish urban take on local barn roofs. The high-end building is bright and airy, daylit by large custom windows on both levels and oversize skylights in upper classrooms and hallways. High-efficiency systems are roof-mounted to reduce noise, working with sound-buffering insulation between floors to keep classrooms library-quiet. Thoughtful features, like modular storage for student Chromebooks and recessed full-length markerboards, support 21st century learning.

  • Flexible classrooms fit multiple curriculums that can evolve over time     
  • Exterior pop-outs add architectural relief and character to the façade
  • Space-efficient side bump-out houses ADA-compliant elevator
Natomas Unified School District
16,128 SF
Project Scope
1 two-story K-8 building, 16 classrooms + restrooms
Completed August 2016
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