Garfield High School was constructed jointly between the San Diego
Unified School District and San Diego City College. It is located just
east of San Diego City College at 16th avenue and B street in San Diego,
CA. The high school is a four building complex with structures up to
four stories in height situated on one city block. The buildings were
constructed of steel framing with concrete and metal deck floors. Even
though it is on a small site, the buildings provide spaces for
classrooms, administration, vocational classes, student services and
recreation. The construction cost was in the neighborhood of 15 million
Adjacent to the High School complex is a three level parking structure.
The parking structure is used jointly by students of Garfield High
School and San Diego City College. The parking garage is a three story
prestressed, precast and cast in place concrete parking structure. The
parking garage is partially embedded three stories in height into the
hillside at one end.
San Diego, California