California high school is adding a building

Jan. 9, 2011
$10 million facility at Montclair High School will have 32 classrooms

From The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin: Officials from the Chaffey (Calif.) Joint Union School District have broken ground on a $10 million, two-story building at Montclair High School in Montclair, Calif. The 32-classroom building will be built on the southeast portion of the campus. and is designed to have "green" design features, including renewable materials, energy-efficient lighting, solar-tube skylights, sun shading, high-efficiency climate system and controls, low-flow plumbing fixtures and solar-power infrastructure. The building will have two science classrooms, a wireless hub for students and a keyless design.

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