four-structure complex comprising classrooms and laboratories for horticulture, animal science and registered veterinary technology programs, as well as modernized farm buildings.
Project Completion: 2011, Estimated cost: $29M ($18.5M from MR), Architect: AC Martin Partners & Hill Partnership
renovation of classrooms and seismic retrofitting work.
Completed: 2006, Cost: $4.1M ($2.1M from bond), Architect: GPRA
total of five state-of-the-art fields for women's softball, men's baseball and soccer programs
Completed: 2005, Cost: $8.8M, Architect: GPRA
renovation of existing 20,000-sf facility and construction of new 7,000-sf Data Center to house campuswide information technology operations.
Completed: Fall 2007, Cost: $9M Architect: HMC
Campus Infrastructure & Improvements
includes wide range of improvement projects, including plumbing, electrical, landscape replacement, water pumps, sewer and storm drain systems, road/parking improvements, and wheelchair ramps and other accessibility requirements.
Projected cost: $41.2M
a centralized chilled water production source to supply low-cost cooling to campus buildings and facilities; generates electrical power from clean-burning natural gas.
Completed: 2005, Cost: $13M, Engineer: Chevron Energy Solutions
(Bldgs. 7, 11, 26)
210,000-sf renovation of natural science, social sciences, English, communication and art history classrooms.
Completed: 2008, Cost: $41M ($30M from MR), Architect: Hill Partnership
combines 3,800 sf of the old President's House with a new 6,000-sf addition, housing Board of Trustees meeting room, President's Office, conference/meeting rooms, and dining facilities.
Completed: 2007, Cost: $6.1M, Architect: Steven Fader Architects
36,209-sf facility houses Mt. SAC's Nursing, Mental Health, EMT/Paramedic, Radiology Technician and Respiratory Therapist programs.
Completed: 2005, Cost: $10.5M, Architect: HMC
44,457-sf facility houses 27 classrooms, 19 offices and 3 labs for ESL, American Language, and Foreign Language programs, as well as the Humanities & Social Sciences Division.
Completed: 2005, Cost: $9.7M, Architect: HMC
first projects completed with bond funds. The 11,500-sf Pavilion houses cows, swine, sheep and other livestock, while 6,500-sf Technology Center teaches students how to maintain farm equipment.
Completed: 2003, Cost: $1.2M, Architect: KTGY Group
New 65,858-sf complex will house 26 classrooms, faculty and division offices, computer labs, lecture halls, learning center, and exploatorium. Addition of this facility completed the Natural Sciences Complex.
Completed: 2008, Cost: $25M, Architect: Hill Partnership
adding 5,376-sf, two-story structure to existing Performing Arts Center to provide sound-friendly instrumental music rehearsal and practice spaces for students.
Projected completion: Summer 2007, Projected cost: $4.3M, Architect: Dougherty & Dougherty
one of the state's most technologically advanced with 65,000 sf of instructional space and 23 state-of-the-art labs for chemistry, biology, geology, anthropology, anatomy, and histology.
Completed: 2006, Cost: $34.6M ($13.9M from bond), Architect: NTD Architects
5,500-sf building houses facilities for health services as well as a resource center that provides three state-of-the-art skills labs and a human patient simulator.
Completed: 2005, Cost: $1.2M ($1M from Student Health Reserves), Architect: HMC
Redesign of 51,000-sf facility was renovated and existing spaces improved to maximize space utilization for delivery of vital student services, including admissions, records, financial aid, disabled student services, counseling, advisement and testing, financial aid, career placement.
Completed: 2008, Cost: $7.7M, Architect: tBP/Architects
26,500-sf twin-building complex provides facilities for students enrolled in welding, air conditioning and refrigeration repair programs.
Completed: 2005, Cost: $5.6 million, Architect: GPRA
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