Verdugo Campus: Saturday (10/2) to Friday (10/15) – Lane closure of Verdugo Rd. near the walkway bridge area to accommodate utility connection activities to City utility lines for the New Science Building Project to take place from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM for a period of 12 days. Alternative pathway will be provided for pedestrians to be routed up the walkway bridge; this activity will minimally impede traffic entering or exiting the campus.
Verdugo Campus: Friday (10/15) – Concrete repair for the Sierra Vista Building walkway to take place from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Concrete trucks will enter via Mountain St.; flag persons will be stationed in the area to ensure pedestrian safety and there will be minimal impedance on traffic entering or exiting the campus.
Garfield Campus: Saturday (10/16) – Concrete sawcutting activities to take place near the Parent Support Center, mechanical enclosure, and project construction trailer areas. Barriers will be stationed in the area to ensure traffic and site safety; activities will minimally impede traffic entering or exiting the campus.
Verdugo Campus: Week of Monday (10/25): Assembly of fence to safely enclose the following locations in Parking Lot B – Northwest corner of parking lot (near CA-2 freeway) to house large-size New Science Building (NSB) façade mock-ups and a select area of parking spaces near the hillside to store soil pile-up from the NSB project; the areas will remain fenced in until the Spring of 2023. These activities will impact parking for Parking Lot B.

Verdugo Projects

Central Plant #1 Expansion

Description

This project anticipates expanding the Central Plant from its current approximate 500-ton capacity to an approximate 1500 ton capacity in anticipation of the construction of the Science Building and the Instructional Building & Conference Center (IBCC). The existing chillers lack both the capacity and efficiency to provide the necessary cooling for these two new buildings.

Updates

Project Completion: Designing – 25%

Status Update As of: 10/04/2021 (Last two week’s activities in bold)

  • Schedule and logistics plan review with Construction Manager in progress
  • Identifying power source for temporary chillers with Construction Manager in progress

Status

Designing 25%

Project Team

Project Manager Jim Youngblood, Gafcon, Inc.
Construction Manager John Theis,DPR Construction
Architect of Record Sean Rosebrugh,HMC Architects
Project Design Engineer Steve Yanke,AEI
Inspector of Record TBD