Dedication Ceremony


View from Dormitory

Project Profile:
St. Stanislaus College, founded in 1854, provides students with a "complete education in an environment of academic excellence and with opportunities for participation in a wide program of extracurricular and sports activities."

Looking to the future, McNaughton Architects was commissioned to develop a Long Range Architectural Master Plan to improve the functional and aesthetic character of the campus. The plan provides a comprehensive strategic plan for the placement and design of new buildings. The planning document includes functional architectural programming for new buildings, and modifications to existing buildings.

Our firm designed the first phase development—a new Fitness Center, tennis courts, basketball courts, Pavilion and covered walks connecting the Fitness Center with the Academic Building and Brother Peter Gymnasium.

The New Instrumental and Vocal Music Building provides rehearsal space for St. Stanislaus’ music program.  It includes a rehersal hall, four practice rooms, uniform storage, instrument storage, music library, and music director's office.

Owner:
St. Stanislaus College Preparatory

Firm Responsibilities:
Master Planning; Facilities programming; Prime A/E Services

Cost: $550,000

Completion: 2005