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JFAK Awarded UCSD’s Main Gymnasium + Natatorium

April 15, 2019

We’re happy to share that JFAK has been selected as the Executive Architect for University of California, San Diego’s Main Gymnasium and Natatorium project renovation and expansion. Originally completed in 1968, the buildings are excellent examples of Mid-century Modern Architecture, and a portion of the buildings’ facade is historically protected. The project will include approximately 64,300 SF of renovation, restoration, and seismic retrofit, and an approximately 10,000 SF addition. It is intended to be certified LEED Silver at minimum. We’re excited to work with the UCSD community to breathe new life into this pair of iconic buildings.

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