Five-Year Construction Plan
The Five-Year Construction Plan for the District is an annual submission required by the State Chancellor's office for capital construction funding. In order for the Facilities Unit of the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) to recommend projects to the Department of Finance (DOF), the Five Year Construction Plan must be submitted to verify the needs of the District over this five year period. Initial Project Proposals (IPP's) and Final Project Proposals (FPP's) are also submitted at the same time as the Five-Year Plan. Two new IPP's are being submitted with this year's plan, as detailed in Section b. below. No new FPP's will be submitted this year. The Five-Year Construction Plan and IPP's are attached and also available on the District's website.
The Chancellor's Office requires that each community college district prepare a Five-Year Construction Plan showing all projects that are planned to be constructed, both with State and local funding. This Construction Plan summarizes all projects, calculating the capacity load ratios for offices, labs, classrooms, library, and AV/TV, based on growth projections. This plan also includes educational statements for the District and each of the Colleges, along with statements of energy plans. The plan includes descriptions of each of the projects proposed for the campus and the District as a whole. The plan submitted is congruent with the District's comprehensive 2013 Facilities Master Plan and with the 2016 Refresh.
- Gymnasium Modernization This IPP is for a reconstruction project to be funded 50% by the state and matched 50% with district funds. It will renovate or replace existing structure, improve the outdated facilities and modernize instructional space to support program needs. This project is congruent with our 2016 Facilities Master Refresh.
- Library Renovation This IPP is for a reconstruction project to be funded 50% by the state and matched 50% with district funds. It will renovate existing structure, improve the outdated facilities and modernize instructional space to support program needs. This project will support interdisciplinary collaboration and is congruent with our 2016 Facilities Master Plan Refresh.