STUDENT SERVICES CENTER

Project Description

The Student Services Building project consolidated most student services and some administrative functions to a single location at the front gateway of the main campus. The project also provides a new campus entry, including a pedestrian walkway, a passenger drop-off area, and a driveway to a new underground parking garage. The 112,000 square foot building is three stories, with work areas for approximately 300 people, along with an assessment center, two classrooms, a 300-­-seat auditorium for orientation and other uses, and underground parking for 500 cars. The building was constructed to meet the LEED gold standard and includes rooftop photovoltaic panels.

 

Funding Source

Measure S, U, AA, and V

CENTER FOR MEDIA AND DESIGN

Project Description

This project includes the construction of a new 440-space Parking Structure.  Also includes major renovation of the existing 50,000 SF AET building, a new 30,000 SF addition to the existing AET building, a new 33,000 SF building for the KCRW radio station, a new central courtyard, and new landscaping. 

 

Funding Source

Measure S, AA 

core performance center

Project Description

The project consists of the demolition of the existing 1958 Locker Room building and replacing it with a new three-story 66,000 SF complex.  The new building consists of athletic facilities, fitness center with climbing wall, fitness studios and dance studios.  
 
Since this building is located in the center of campus, it is an ideal location for the central cooling plant which is an energy efficiency project designed to generate chilled water for efficiently for air cooling in buildings throughout the main campus. 

 

Funding Source

Measure S and AA

performance art campus - east wing

Project Description

Replacement of the seismically deficient East Wing of the Madison Building with a new facility for the Music Department including a Music Hall for rehearsals, performances and special events; a piano teaching lab; and a classroom for voice and choir instruction.   Project includes new plaza and entry to the Edye Second Space. 

 

Funding Source

Measure AA

information technology relocation

Project Description

The Information Technology department located in Drescher Hall supports the use of information systems on campus. The current server room can no longer support the power and air conditioning needs of the increasingly more powerful servers that are in use today. The plan is to move the department to a new building adjacent to the College's Media Center, which is located on the south end of the Library. Much of the campus technology infrastructure is already located in the Media Center, and the departments work cooperatively on many projects. The project will consist of a new 14,000 SF building and 11,000 SF remodeling of the existing Media Center. The space vacated in Drescher Hall will be converted to academic use as part of a future project. 

 

Funding Source

Measure AA

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