The Mica Mountain High School project, built for the Vail Unified School District, included the new construction of a 183,709-square-foot high school campus located in Tucson, AZ. The facility supports 12 buildings and approximately 1,000 students. The campus includes a gymnasium, wrestling and training buildings, an arts and auditorium building, a kitchen, a cafeteria, a student union, an administration building, classrooms, and staff buildings. The project also features baseball and softball athletic fields, an artificial turf football field and track, exterior basketball courts, an exterior amphitheater, and on-site staff and student parking lots. The high school campus was constructed of a foundation of slab-on-grade with continuous spread footings, a structural frame of various material types including steel joisted with masonry and wood joisted with structural steel studs, an exterior skin of EIFS, masonry, and metal wall panels as well as a TPO roof. The campus also features a pre-engineered metal building with a standing seam roof. The now completed 60-acre site for Mica Mountain High School is the home of the Carolina blue, silver, and black Thunderbolts.