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Contact Us

FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT:

(925) 552-5986

Danny Hillman

Director of Facilities
(925) 552-2970

Renee Kanalakis

Administrative Assistant
(925) 552-2960

 

Department:
 

Department Overview

Facilities Development

Our Goal
To improve the educational environment for teaching and learning by providing all San Ramon Valley Unified School District students with modern learning facilities.

About Us 
The Facilities Development Department deals with the construction and renovation of the district's facilities as well as enrollment tracking and planning for capacity.  Construction services include overseeing planning, new construction, major renovations, modernizations, and projects. Enrollment tracking and planning strategies include identifying and evaluating goals and providing students and teachers an optimal learning environment.  


 Success over 17 years:

  • Over $1 billion in new/upgraded school construction
  • Over $1/2 billion in developer (private) funding
  • Over $1/2 billion in taxpayer supported bonds (Measures D (1998, 2012) and A (2002))
  • New schools completed: 12
  • Schools upgraded or modernized: 23

Assistant Superintendent - Facilities & Operations, Gary Black

Facilities Use/Rental

(925) 824-1883

Tina Perault
Planning & Development Mgr.
(925) 552-2969

Sharon Galletly
Fac Planning Analyst
(925) 552-5020

Celia Chung
Dept. Secretary
(925) 824-1886