The renovation of St. Anthony High School’s Clark Field will provide a much-needed community resource. The field and its facilities, located seven miles from the school, will provide all the athletic amenities needed with the bonus of acting as a community connection to St. Anthony High School. The facility will house synthetic football/soccer, baseball, and softball fields along with a synthetic track. The main field will accommodate bleachers for 1,200 spectators while each baseball and softball field house their own dedicated spectator seating. The site will also be home to the new athletic building, considered the “anchor” of the site, this building will house locker facilities, offices, weight rooms, storage, concessions, restrooms, and multi-purpose rooms. Additionally, the project will provide consolidated parking, outdoor community courtyards, batting cages, and plenty of St. Anthony school spirit.

Project Highlights:
• 1,200 seat stadium bleachers
• Synthetic Football and Soccer field, Synthetic Track
• Baseball and Softball fields, Spectator seating, batting cages
• Field house: locker rooms, offices, meetings rooms, weight rooms, storage,    concessions, and multi-purpose room
• Outdoor courtyards for community events
• Consolidated parking
• Entry features


A community resource, this Parish and Performing Arts Center will serve a wide range of school and community supporters. Anchored by a 300-seat performance chamber, the theater is supported by green, choral, dance and music rooms. The project also includes a Parish Hall, kitchen facilities, and outdoor courtyards for community events.
The project provides a much-needed connection between the Parish side of the campus and the school side while also tying into the existing design context of the St. Genevieve Church and school located along Roscoe Blvd.

Project Highlights:
• 300 seat Performing Arts/Theater with full fly-tower, orchestra pit, scene shop and     green room
• Classrooms: Dance, drama, choral, (2) band rooms and a media studio
• Paris Center with 200 seat Parish Hall with full catering kitchen, Parish of-fices, and    meeting rooms
• Adoration Chapel


CSDA has been retained to work with the design team to provide acoustical consulting services for the 1951 Harbor Bay Park Exelixis Offices located in Alameda, CA. The project site is in the Harbor Bay area in Alameda, just north of Oakland International Airport. Exelixis, a biotechnology company that specializes in the development and commercialization of new medicine to treat difficult cancers, is expanding its offices to build a new headquarters. The new office building will have conference rooms, private offices, open offices, a fitness area, break/All-Hands space, and other ancillary spaces.

The scope of work included an Environmental Noise Study/Facade Design as well as sound isolation, room acoustics, HVAC/MEP noise and vibration analysis during the Design Development, Construction Document, Permit/Bid and Construction Administration phases. CSDA is honored to work with the team in providing Exelixis with space to further their admirable mission of working towards a cure for cancer.


CSDA is currently providing architectural and engineering services for a new two-story building that will house six (6) learning pods (equivalent to 12 classrooms), health and administrative offices, media/literacy center, teacher workroom and cooking cafeteria. This new building represents CSDA’s goal to assist the Vaughn Next Century Learning Center in providing their community, staff, and students with an inspiring new building to call “home”.


CSDA is currently providing architectural and engineering design services at the Vaughn Next Learning Center MIT Middle School for a new classroom building to
replace the existing classroom building. The new building is intended to serve the growing student population of Vaughn’s MIT Middle School. The new Type II-B
building consists of a three-story building with 21 regular classrooms, 1 music room, and 1 multi-purpose room.