Cardinal Newman High School

Over the years, Carlile Macy has been proud to help Cardinal Newman High School modernize their facilities.  Known to many as Sonoma County’s Catholic School, Cardinal Newman was opened in 1964.  We designed the tennis courts in 2007, which allowed the school to host league matches and provided playing space for the community.  In 2009, we designed the baseball and soccer facility.  The combined artificial turf facility allows for year round play, and is used by many other local leagues in addition to hosting North Bay league contests.  With the closing of sister school in 2011 and subsequent switch to coeducation by Cardinal Newman, it has become necessary to update the classroom and site.  In 2012 we reconfigured the south parking lot to provide for accessible parking spaces and routes, but also to create the room necessary to install solar panels to provide for part of the school’s  electrical needs.  Some of the panel also provide shade for a new outside eating area.  Most recently, we worked with QKA architects on the new St. Angelo Merici Science Center.

Project Details

Client: Cardinal Newman High School
Date: 2015
Location: Santa Rosa, CA

  • Created tennis courts on campus, allowing the school to host meets
  • Created multi-use field with artificial turf for the baseball and soccer teams
  • Re-design of a parking lot for accessibility and to provide room for the installation of solar panels
  • Site design for new Science Center and Athletic and Dance Rooms

Services Provided

  • Topographic surveying
  • Grading Design
  • Utility Design
  • Construction Staking