Ninyo & Moore provided geotechnical consulting services relative to the design of the proposed Hector G. Godinez Fundamental High School. The site included over 60 acres of land, redeveloped for the proposed high school. The proposed high school design was developed to include approximately 230,000 square feet of building area for administrative offices, classrooms, library, gymnasium, performing arts, amphitheater, and food service facilities. The buildings were comprised of one and two-story structures and included a two-story parking facility. Playfields included baseball, football, track and soccer fields, as well as hardcourt and courtyard areas. Active faults and high groundwater in the site vicinity were evaluated as well as the potential for liquefaction and/or dynamic settlement of the subsurface soils. Our geotechnical evaluation included drilling, logging, and sampling of exploratory borings to depths of approximately 100 feet. The subsurface information obtained from our borings as well as the results from the laboratory testing of the collected soil samples were evaluated and analyzed in order to provide geotechnical design parameters to be utilized in the design of the proposed structures. Our written report presented the results from our subsurface evaluation as well as our conclusions and geotechnical recommendations. Our recommendations addressed earthwork and grading, excavation and utilization of the onsite soils during construction, subgrade preparation, foundation design and construction, structural pavement sections, lateral earth pressures, on-site soil corrosion, settlement, and expansion potentials.