Ground broken for Catholic school expansion project in Santa Rosa

Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa broke ground on a new two-story classroom building.

This is the school’s most significant campus addition following the severe damage caused during a massive wildfire in 2017, reports AsuMag.

The 24,000-sq.-ft. building will feature 18 classrooms, an art studio, four student collaboration rooms and two staff collaboration rooms. The structure will surround a central courtyard.

Quattrocchi Kwok Architects is the architect for the expansion, while the contractor is Wright Contracting.

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