Pomona College is a private liberal arts institution located in Claremont. The Studio Art Hall is a sustainable and energy-efficient building built in 2014 which features studios for sculpture, metalworking, digital fabrication, photography, woodworking, painting, and drawing, and a central area for students to gather, collaborate and exhibit their artworks, including a gallery. J&M constructed one of this building’s most unique architectural concrete feature, rough-sawn, board-form finished cast-in-place walls. These custom concrete walls ranged in height from ground level up 40 feet in height. The walls were attached to the building’s structural metal sub-structure which extended from ground level up to the roof. The biggest challenge presented to J&M was how to construct these massive free-standing walls without having horizontal concrete pour seam lines visible, typical when constructing walls taller than 8-feet. J&M developed an innovative way to construct these walls in a continuous, concrete pour operation thus eliminating any pour lift seam lines. J&M was so successful in this method of fabrication that it won an American Concrete Institute award in the category “Innovative Use of Concrete”.