Hopkins Middle School

Project overview

Vanir is providing program and project management services for Fremont Unified School District’s Measure E Bond Program. The Hopkins Middle School Conversion project involves converting an existing junior high school (seventh and eighth grades) into a middle school that will accommodate sixth-grade students. The project includes:

New Construction

  • Two-story classroom building housing 10 classrooms, including science labs, administration, a media center and flex labs
  • One-story music building housing two music classrooms
  • One-story multipurpose and kitchen building

Modernization & Expansion

  • Modernization of eight buildings and seven modular buildings
  • Expansion of the playfield to include new hardcourts
  • Expansion of the existing parking area into two new parking lots
  • Expansion of the existing student drop-off zone

The project includes mechanical improvements for cooling and thermal comfort in individual classrooms; upgrades to control systems, power and lighting; a technology expansion involving enhancements for 21st century learning; and improved building performance/energy savings.

Fremont, California
Fremont Unified School District

HKIT, Inc.


Lathrop Construction Associates, Inc.

Square Footage
Modernization: 67,232 SF; New Construction: 39,663 SF
Construction Cost
$58.6 Million
Start Date
Completion Date