HMC Architects participated in a “Topping Out Ceremony” for the new Twelve Bridges High School in Lincoln, California. The new high school will accommodate the growing Lincoln community with room for over 2,000 students. The first phase of the project is approximately 135,100 square feet and will feature classrooms, an administration building, athletic stadium and fields, space for performing arts, and staff and student parking.

Topping out ceremonies are a long-held construction tradition that celebrate the placement of the building’s final beam on top of the structure. We are excited to be working with Flint Builders, the project’s general contractor, and look forward to completing construction by Fall, 2021.

See more photos and a video of the final beam being installed below.