2019 • ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA
Tons of Steel Used: 201.70
Canyon High School’s $69.5 million science center established a more secure, refined entrance to the campus, while serving as the nerve-center of the campus. The science center features four chemistry labs, twelve general classrooms and eight “wet labs.” The science center now has 100 added parking spaces and an improved drop-off zone. CSI’s mandate included creating drawings, supplying steel and anchor bolts, installing and fabricating rail posts, canopies, perforated panels, metal decking and counter brackets.
Source: Winslow, Jonathan. “$69.5 Million Canyon High Science Center Will Become New Face of Campus.” Orange County Register, Orange County Register, 31 May 2017, www.ocregister.com/2017/05/30/69-5-million-canyon-high-science-center-will-become-new-face-of-campus/.