Client Testimonial

"Let me take this time to thank FLINT as a whole for being a great partner on this project and this team specifically from the Project Manager(s), Superintendent(s), Project Engineers, etc., working so cooperatively with HMC Architects to create a cohesive team. With the limited budget that we have, expedited schedules, design and preference changes to accommodate time and money, unforeseen conditions, etc., this project could very well be contentious, but it absolutely is not. The FLINT Team has always been attentive to these challenges and have acted immediately to provide viable recommendations and resolve issues that do come up with the District's best interest in mind. That is truly and deeply appreciated by the WPUSD staff. We without reservation consider FLINT our top performing contract partner!!!"
 Michael Adell
Director of Facilities

Western Placer USD

Twelve Bridges High School | Lincoln, CA

The new high school was built on an approximately 56-acre site located at Twelve Bridges Drive and Fieldstone Drive in Lincoln, California. The project included a 5,000-square-foot administration building, a 71,000-square-foot student center (including music and arts, media and performing arts, dining commons, and gymnasium with support facilities). Four modular buildings were part of the first phase of the project (Two, 2-story classroom buildings: 21,000 square feet and 20,000 square feet) and two 5,000-square-foot 1-story science buildings. Also part of the project was an athletic stadium with bleachers and press-box, sports fields, parking, hardscape, landscape and associated site work.

Project Value

$86 million

Square Footage





Western Placer Unified School District


HMC Architects



OSHA Golden Gate Award


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