March 2016


In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and Throwback Thursday, we are taking a look back at four of our Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) certified school projects. Sustainable and green building designs are incorporated in our EmilyTM classrooms by utilizing both passive and active energy conservation technologies.

  • New Haven USD, Conley-Caraballo High School: CHPS Verified 42 Points
  • Pittsburg USD, Martin Luther King, Jr., Junior High School: CHPS Verified 26 Points
  • San Bernardino City USD, Little Mountain Elementary School: CHPS Funded/CHPS Designed 30 Points
  • Roseville JUHSD, Adelante High School: CHPS Designed 26 Points

We are pleased to share that San Juan Unified School District had its Grand Opening of the Winston Churchill Middle School Classroom Additions. ATI focused on providing a flexible learning environment and integration of technology allowing for both indoor and outdoor educational instruction. School Administrators, teachers, and students are all enjoying their 21st Century classroom learning environments.

The Grand Opening was featured on KCRA 3! Click on the link below to watch the video.