Officials from the Dublin Unified School District celebrated the completion of Dublin High School’s engineering and science building with a ribbon cutting, Thursday, April 15. The new building adds approximately 47,000 square feet of engineering and science facilities to the school's campus. The $31.5 million facility includes 15 new engineering and science classrooms, shop space for the school’s maintenance and operations team, academic support space, a weight room and break-out spaces. The project was funded by Dublin taxpayers through Measures C and E. The building opened for students March 29 after first breaking ground in August 2019. (Photos – Dublin Unified School District)