Stadium & Athletic Field Improvements

Patrick Henry High School is having a complete overhaul of their Athletic Field. Patrick Henry’s existing dirt track and natural grass field were replaced with an all-weather rubberized track and synthetic turf field that supports football, lacrosse, field hockey, and soccer. Additional improvements included grading and field drainage system.

Academy of Engineering (Modernization)

Patrick Henry High School has begun construction on a performing arts center for its College, Career & Technology Production Studios Program along with campus-wide site modernization improvements work totaling nearly $37 million. This project includes:

  • Performing Arts Center and Production Studios Program Facilities
  • 16,000 square feet, 500-seat facility for musical and theater events
  • 8,100 square feet of CCTE Production Studios Program facilities to provide education in media and design arts, as well as production and managerial arts
  • Workshop spaces for fabrication design, audio visual, lighting, model and mixed media
  • Planned joint use with local, private theater and orchestra groups

Site modernization includes:

  • Upgrades to several buildings including the gym
  • New campus-wide air conditioning
  • Intercom system
  • Electrical upgrades
  • Security lighting
  • A new fire alarm system
  • Americans with Disabilities Act upgrades
  • A new parking lot

Project partners are T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc. and PJHM Architects. Earlier this year, the American Institute of Architects awarded PJHM Architects a 2013 Members Choice Award for its innovative design of the new performing arts center and Production Studios Program facilities. The building design currently exceeds qualifications for the California High Performance School Initiative. LED lighting throughout the entire complex, and the use of local and recycled materials will make it both efficient and environmentally friendly.