Granite Hills H.S. building finished
The Daily Transcript
October 12, 2012
Officials from Grossmont Union High School District (GUHSD) and Granite Hills High School this month celebrated the completion of Building 200.
The new, two-story building will add 21 classrooms and approximately 50,000 square-feet of learning space for Career Technical Education (CTE) classes, in addition to a new quad.
The building will serve medical science, culinary arts and digital arts students, and provide alternative learning space with two outdoor patios and a large courtyard.
The project team included project manager Gafcon, Inc., construction manager Erickson Hall Construction and architect Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke.