ASDi provided the structural engineering for a full middle school campus in north Visalia. The project consisted of a Gymnasium, a Multi-Purpose Building, two-story Administration Building, and two two-story Classroom Buildings utilizing structural steel framing with OCBF lateral systems and metal stud walls. The Gymnasium contains a full-size basketball court with bleachers and the roof is framed with exposed structural steel trusses spanning 112-feet. The Multi-Purpose Building contains a performing stage and a full kitchen. The Classroom Buildings contain standard classrooms and laboratory classrooms and share a common, large exterior canopy as well as a mechanical screen on the roof to conceal the large HVAC equipment. The project also included a single story Locker Building utilizing structural steel framing and special masonry shear walls. Overall, the project presented several unique structural challenges, including providing support for a Big Ass Fan mounted inside the Classroom Building common area.