Cannon provided the engineering, survey and consulting services for the Cal Poly’s Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics. Cannon’s scope of work included the preparation of construction documents, including grading and drainage plans; demolition plan; composite utility plan; horizontal control plans; a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, and construction administration.
Cal Poly’s Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics was completed in summer 2013 and opened for classes in fall. The $119 million, 189,000 square foot building was made possible by voter-approved state education bonds and $19 million in private donations to Cal Poly. The Baker Center consists of a six-level central structure devoted to offices and student spaces with wings on either side that house classrooms and laboratories. The central entrance on Level Two connects to Centennial Park on the south side and to a major pedestrian artery on the north.
- 2017 Center for the Built Environment Livable Building Award
- 2015 LEED-NC Gold Certification
- 2009 UC/CSU/CCC Sustainability Conference: Overall Sustainable Design
- 2009 UC/CSU/CCC Sustainability Conference: Lighting Design/ Retrofit