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Bond Master Project List

PASADENA AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
MARCH 2002 BOND ELECTION
MASTER PROJECT LIST

The Master Project List proposed for financing through the issuance of general obligation bonds of the Pasadena Area Community College District includes the following elements, some or all of which will be constructed over an 8-10 year time span, based on the District Master Plan:

Specific Project Components

The following specific Projects will be financed:

  • ease overcrowding by reconstructing, reconfiguring, modernizing and remodeling existing classrooms, offices, laboratories and other facilities (certain facilities will be converted to classrooms);
  • construct new Industrial Technology Building to replace outdated, unsafe facilities for automotive, printing, machine shop, welding and building construction programs;
  • construct new Arts Building to replace crowded, inadequate facilities for music, music technology, fine arts and graphic arts programs;
  • ease parking and traffic congestion by constructing new Parking Structure on Bonnie Avenue just north of Del Mar Boulevard;
  • construct new Campus Center to replace the 40-year-old structure now housing classrooms, the cafeteria, bookstore and student activities spaces for the District’s 29,000 students; configure new facility to permit safe access to west campus for delivery, security and emergency vehicles.

General Project Components

The following Projects will be financed at locations throughout the main campus of the District:

installation and/or upgrades of emergency lighting, fire alarm and security systems;

  • upgrading of water, plumbing, electrical and ventilation systems;
  • modernization and/or construction of new restrooms;
  • improvement of roadways, walkways, grounds, parking lots, fencing and entrances to the campus;
  • preparation and implementation of Facilities Master Plan and related requirements, such as environmental impact reports and soils testing;
  • demolition of obsolete facilities;
  • relocation and/or acquisition of temporary facilities during the modernization, renovation, improvement and/or new construction of project components as necessary to maintain educational programs in operation during construction;
  • acquisition of furnishings and equipment for all modernization, renovation, improvement and/or new construction projects; and
  • purchase and installation of signage for safety and public information purposes.
 
 
 

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