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SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Big Opportunities for Small Business: Propositions S and N Propositions S and N Presented to

The Elite DVOB Network The Elite DVOB Network

August 3, 2010

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Overview Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program $1.555 billion construction bond program provides for 80+ projects at City Mesa and Miramar Colleges and six 80+ projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six  Continuing Education campuses:    

State of the art teaching and learning facilities State of the art teaching and learning facilities Major renovations and modernizations Campus‐wide infrastructure projects G Green Building Policy B ildi P li

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Big Opportunities for Small Business Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program The SDCCD is looking to increase the participation of small and  historically underutilized firms on Propositions S and N projects. • • • • •

Direct sourcing small jobs which do not exceed $15,000 Pre‐bid events on upcoming projects e b d e e ts o upco g p ojects Annual Contractors Outreach Breakfast – August 6, 2010 Adding requirements for subcontracting plan to Design/Build contracts Register with SD Contracting Opportunities Center Register with SD Contracting Opportunities Center http://ptac‐sandiego.org/index.html

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Overview Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) budget for new facilities  is currently budgeted at $70.1 million, and typically includes:    

Classroom and other furniture Laboratory equipment Ki h Kitchen equipment and supplies i d li Audio‐visual equipment, computers, printers, etc.

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

City College Overview  Seven new teaching and  learning facilities  Seven major renovations Seven major renovations  Campus Campus expansion will expansion will provide facilities/programs to accommodate eventual  enrollment of 25,000 students


City College Completed Projects

Learning Resource Center (LRC) Project Budget: $3.4 million C Completion Date:  August 2007 l ti D t A t 2007 Renovation to convert approximately 15,000 SF of p parking garage space into faculty offices, student gg g p y , classrooms and support space.   First Propositions S and N project to obtain LEED certification.


City College Completed Projects

Academic Success Center (L Building Renovation) Project Budget: $10.3 million Completion Date:  April 2009 Complete, major renovation of two‐story building totaling 28 700 sq ft Serves as one stop shopping totaling 28,700 sq. ft. Serves as one‐stop shopping for all student services, including tutoring,  assessment, advising, and other student support  and student achievement programs and student achievement programs. 


City College Completed Projects

P Building Renovation Project Budget: $10.9 million Completion Date: January 2010 Completion Date:  January 2010 Major interior and exterior renovation of two‐ story concrete gymnasium building. Renovated  y gy g facility includes work‐out rooms, locker rooms, training areas, classrooms, faculty/staff areas, and enhanced parking and ADA accessibility. enhanced parking and ADA accessibility. 


City College Completed Projects

Career Technology Center (CTC) Project Budget: $63.1 million Construction Start:  May 2008 Completion:  June 2010 New five‐story 88,000 sq. ft. facility to house the Nursing Cosmetology and Photography & Nursing, Cosmetology and Photography &  Digital Arts programs. Includes classrooms,  computer labs, medical simulation labs, and a  gallery for student work Also includes a 694 gallery for student work.  Also includes a 694‐ space parking structure and new headquarters for City College Police.


City College Future Projects

16th St. Sewer/Storm Drain Upgrade Project Construction Start: Construction Start: Summer 2010 Estimated Construction Cost:  Estimated Construction Cost: $3 million    Delivery Method: Design‐Bid‐Build y g Engineer: AB Engineering Sub Opportunities: This project will  likely bid to heavy civil or wet utilities  general contractors.


City College Current Projects

Central Plant Upgrade

Construction Start: Summer 2010 Estimated Construction Cost: $8 million Delivery Method: Design/Build D/B Contractor: University Mechanical D/B Contractor:  University Mechanical Sub Opportunities: TBD


City College Current Projects

Telecommunications Infrastructure Construction Start: Summer 2010 Summer 2010 Estimated Construction Cost:  $1.2 million Engineer: Randall Lamb Delivery Method: Design/Bid/Build Sub Opportunities: Civil & Electrical


City College Future Projects

Arts & Humanities/Business Technology Bldgs. Project Budget: $89.2 million Expected Construction Start:  Late fall 2010 Targeted Completion:  January 2012 Arts & Humanities will consist of approx. 70,000 sq. ft. to include new classrooms, a lecture hall, computer labs, studio space and a 100‐seat “black b theatre.” box th t ” Business Technology will consist of approximately 40 000 sq. 40,000 sq ft. ft to include “smart” smart classrooms, classrooms computer labs and areas for student start‐up businesses. The project also includes sublevel parking.


City College Future Projects

Arts & Humanities/Business Technology Buildings

Estimated Construction Start:   Late fall 2010 Delivery Method: CMMP CM: Turner Construction Architect:  Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects Sub Opportunities: Multiple trade bid packages solicited in late summer 2010. FF&E Opportunities:  Furniture 


City College Future Projects

Math and Social Sciences Project Budget: $80.9 million (incl. land acquisition) Expected Construction Start:  January 2011 p y Targeted Completion:  May 2012 Project involves land acquisition and construction of new 72,000 sq. ft. classroom and  laboratory building. It will include the District’s Corporate Education Center, Military  Education, a Family Health Center and a six‐story parking structure with 400+ stalls. Delivery Method: Design/Build (RNT Sundt) Delivery Method: Design/Build  (RNT, Sundt) Sub Opportunities: Major trade subcontractors have been selected for MEP, Structure, and  Concrete. Multiple trade contracts will be solicited in late fall 2010.


City College Future Projects

Science Building Project Budget: $54.3 million Expected Construction Start:  May 2011 Targeted Completion:  January 2013 Four‐story, L‐shaped building providing 73,000 square feet of  new construction for classrooms, labs and a planetarium. t ti f l l b d l t i Delivery Method: CMMP CM: Rudolph & Sletten Architect:  Harley Ellis Devereaux Sub Opportunities: Multiple trade bid packages solicited in spring  2011. FF&E Opportunities:  Laboratory equipment & supplies, furniture


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Mesa College Overview  Nine projects completed under p j p Propositions S and N Two projects currently under  Two projects currently under  construction; three more in  design  Seven more remaining as part of campus expansion


Mesa College Completed Projects

Allied Health Education & Training Facility Project Budget: $28.9 million Completion Date: August 2009 Completion Date:  August 2009 New three‐story, 50,000 square‐foot provides  training facilities and classroom space for degree  and certificate programs for five healthcare fields:  d tifi t f fi h lth fi ld Dental Assisting, Health Information Technology,  Medical Assisting, Physical Therapy Assistant and  Radiologic Technology Radiologic Technology.  The project is currently tracking LEED Gold.


Mesa College Completed Projects

College Police Station Project Budget: $3.4 million  (Part of $34.3 million East Campus Improvement Project)

Completion Date:  July 2009 The 7,000 square‐foot station include  a waiting  area offices conference room a secure suspect area, offices, conference room, a secure suspect  processing area, and a locker room area outfitted  with daylight‐harvesting fixtures and waterless and  p g low‐flow plumbing fixtures. Certified LEED Gold.


Mesa College Completed Projects

Parking Structure Completion Date:  March 2009 The new 1,100‐space, four‐level parking structure is  The new 1 100‐space four‐level parking structure is part of East Campus improvement Project that  includes a complete road realignment.   Photovoltaic  panels will be installed on the top level to harvest solar panels will be installed on the top level to harvest solar  energy, offsetting the energy needs for the new police  station and the new Allied Health Building.


Mesa College Completed Projects

Athletic Facility Project Budget: $5.8 million Completion Date: January 2010 Completion Date:  January 2010 Renovation includes new artificial turf, an all‐weather  synthetic track, an upper field event area, and ADA‐ compliant pedestrian ramp and restroom facilities. The  li t d t i d t f iliti Th renovation will also include retaining walls, concrete,  fencing and utilities for athletic field events.


Mesa College Current Projects

Mesa College Design Center Project Budget: $5.3 million Construction Start: May 2010 Construction Start:  May 2010 Targeted Completion: October 2010 This 28,000 GSF project involves the renovation of a  f former elementary school site to become the new  l t h l it t b th home of Mesa’s Architecture, Landscape  Architecture, Building Construction and Interior  g p g Design programs. Delivery Method: CMMP Contractor:  Nielsen Architect:  Delawie Wilkes Rodrigues Barker FF&E Opportunities:  Drafting equipment & supplies, classroom and other furniture


Mesa College Current Projects

Student Services Building Project Budget: $55.7 million Expected Construction Start: Spring 2010 Expected Construction Start:  Spring 2010 Targeted Completion:  Spring 2012 New four New four‐story story, 85,000 GSF building will provide  85 000 GSF building will provide facilities for student services such as Admissions,   Financial Aid and Counseling. It will include   classrooms, conference areas, a café, and an exterior  elevator that stops at every level.   l h l l Delivery Method:  CMMP CM: PCL Construction CM:  PCL Construction Architect:  Hanna Gabriel Wells pp , FF&E Opportunities:  Furniture, etc.


Mesa College Future Projects

Math & Science Building Project Budget: $117 million Expected Construction Start: Feb 2011 Expected Construction Start:  Feb. 2011 Targeted Completion:  January 2013 New 200,000 GSF, four New 200,000 GSF, four‐story story building will have classrooms,  building will have classrooms, lecture rooms, labs for scientific experiments, computer labs,  and facility, staff and administrative support areas.  Delivery Method: CMMP Delivery Method: CMMP CM:  McCarthy Architect:  Delawie Wilkes Rodrigues Barker g Sub Opportunities:  All trades with the exception of structural  concrete, building envelope, MEP, and drywall/studs. FF&E Opportunities: Laboratory equipment, furniture, etc.


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Miramar College Overview  13 completed projects 13 l t d j t  Infrastructure project, two  classroom buildings and  l b ld d Library Learning Resource  Center currently in  y construction Campus expansion will  expansion will  Campus accommodate eventual  enrollment of 25,000


Miramar College Completed Projects

Hourglass Park Field House Project Budget: $27.5 million Completion Date:  March 2009 Joint use project with the City of San Diego.  Includes a gymnasium fitness center classrooms Includes a gymnasium, fitness center, classrooms,  dance rooms, lecture rooms, multi‐purpose areas  and a concession stand. Third and final phase of a  32‐acre complex that includes an aquatics center 32‐acre complex that includes an aquatics center  and multi‐sport ball fields.  LEED certified.


Miramar College Current Projects

Library Learning Resource Center (LLRC) Project Budget: $39.4 million C t ti St t D Construction Start:  December 2009 b 2009 Targeted Completion:  Fall 2011 New three‐story, 100,000 square feet facility will include a new library, classrooms,  computer labs, tutoring services, media  production facility, and faculty and staff areas. FF&E:  Furniture


Miramar College Current Projects

Arts & Humanities/Business & Mathematics Bldg. Project Budget: $32.8 million Construction Start: December 2009 Construction Start:  December 2009 Targeted Completion:  Fall 2010 New three‐story, 100,000 square feet facility will include a new library, classrooms, computer labs,  tutoring services, media production facility, and faculty and staff areas. FF&E Opportunities: Music studio equipment, furniture


Miramar College Current Projects

Automotive Career Instructional Building Project Budget: $4 million Estimated Construction Start:  Feb 2010 Targeted Completion:  Spring 2011 Addition of approx. 6,500 SF of new construction  to add additional laboratory and classroom space  and storage. Additionally, ADA upgrades and minor  renovations will be performed on the existing renovations will be performed on the existing  building. Delivery Method: Design‐Bid‐Build Architect:  Zagrodnik & Thomas FF&E Opportunities:  Automotive testing and  diagnostic equipment tools furniture diagnostic equipment, tools, furniture


Miramar College Current Projects

Police Station and Parking Structure Project Budget: $17.8 million Estimated Construction Start:  Summer 2010 Targeted Completion:  Spring 2012 Project provides new headquarters for Miramar  College Police and also provides new multi‐level  parking structure. Project is designed to obtain  LEED Platinum – the first for SDCCD. LEED Platinum  the first for SDCCD. Delivery Method: Design‐Build Design/Builder: McCarthy Construction Design/Builder:  McCarthy Construction FF&E Opportunities:  Furniture


Miramar College Future Projects

Cafeteria/Bookstore and Student/Campus Center Project Budget: $33.2 million Estimated Const Start: Spring 2011 Estimated Const. Start:  Spring 2011 Targeted Completion:  Spring 2013 New multi‐story will consist of approx.  45,000 SF of new construction to house a new cafeteria, bookstore and student  services center.  Delivery Method: CMMP CM:  CW Driver A hit t NTD A hit t Architect:  NTD Architecture Sub Opportunities: Multiple trade pkgs. FF&E Opportunities: Kitchen equipment & supplies, lounge furniture, classroom and other  FF&E Opportunities: Kitchen equipment & supplies lounge furniture classroom and other furniture


Miramar College Future Projects

Heavy Duty Adv. Transportation Tech. Center Expansion Project Budget: $11.6 million Estimated Construction Start: Early 2011 Estimated Construction Start:  Early 2011 Targeted Completion:  Spring 2012 Project will consist of approximately 14,000 SF of new construction to  support program expansion to diesel, natural gas, hybrid bus and transit  technology and new developments in construction equipment technology  Delivery Method:  CMMP Architect:  Marlene Imirzian Sub Opportunities: Multiple trade packages will be solicited in late fall 2010 FF&E Opportunities: Heavy duty mechanical  equipment, automotive testing and  diagnostic equipment, furniture


Miramar College Future Projects

Aviation Maintenance Technology Center Project Budget: $10.2 million E ti t d C t ti St t S i 2011 Estimated Construction Start:  Spring 2011 Targeted Completion:  Summer 2012 Addition of approx. 6,500 SF of new construction to Addition of approx 6 500 SF of new construction to add additional laboratory and classroom space and storage. Additionally, ADA upgrades and minor  renovations will be performed on the existing building. Delivery Method: CMMP Architect: Joseph Wong Design Associates Sub Opportunities: Multiple trade pkgs.,  targeting for early 2011. FF&E Opportunities:  Sheet metal fabrication equipment,  aeronautic simulation systems, furniture


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Continuing Education Overview

 Four projects completed  Four projects in design Four projects in design  Total of eight projects to expand  and modernize six Continuing  d d i i C ti i Education sites


Continuing Education Completed Projects

West City Campus Project Budget: $17.5 million Completion Date:  May 2009 A new, two‐story, 38,930 SF facility that serves as the  Campus of Excellence for Hospitality and Consumer  Sciences. It houses classrooms for Culinary Arts,  y , Parenting, Sewing, Arts, Business Information  Technology, English as a Second Language, and the  Emeritus Program for students aged 55+. It includes a  spacious multi purpose room that can serve as a spacious multi‐purpose room that can serve as a  classroom space or serve as a venue for performances  or special events.  Certified LEED Gold.


Continuing Education Completed Projects

Skills Center at the Educational Cultural Complex Project Budget: $31.6 million (incl. land acquisition) Completion Date:  September 2009 New 52,600 SF facility is the Campus of Excellence for Career & Technical Education, and is the largest automotive technology training facility in the nation automotive technology training facility in the nation. It includes classrooms for Automotive Repair,  Upholstery, Reprographics Services, and Business Information Technology Includes SDG&E funded Information Technology.  Includes SDG&E‐funded  solar panel array. 


Continuing Education Future Projects

North City Campus and Parking Structure Project Budget: $52.4 million Expected Construction Start:  May 2011 Targeted Completion:  December 2012 Land acquisition; construction of a new, two‐story, 40,500 GSF classroom building to serve as the  , g Campus of Excellence for Multimedia and  Innovation; and construction of a 300‐space  p parking structure.  g Delivery Method:  CMMP CM:  Barnhart Architect:   Joseph Wong Design Associates Sub Opportunities:  All trades Parking structure:  TBD k FF&E Opportunities:  Furniture


Continuing Education Future Projects

Cesar Chavez Center Project Budget: $49.8 million (incl. land acquisition) Expected Construction Start:  Feb 2011 Targeted Completion:  July 2012 This project consists of land acquisition and construction of a new 70 000 GSF building to consolidate the current of a new 70,000 GSF building to consolidate the current programs at the Cesar Chavez and Centre City campuses. Includes classrooms, a small business incubator center,  and underground parking with 154 spaces and underground parking with 154 spaces.  Delivery Method:  CMMP  Architect:  Martinez + Cutri CMMP:  Rudolph & Sletten Sub Opportunities: All trade packages, bid early 2011. FF&E Opportunities:  Furniture


Continuing Education Future Projects

Linda Vista Campus at Mesa College Project Budget: $19.7 million Expected Construction Start:  May 2011 Targeted Completion:  December 2012 The new facility will help consolidate programs y p y p currently housed in temporary spaces. The new  38,000 GSF facility will include classrooms, an art lab,  a parent‐child area, multipurpose room and a  nutritional demonstration kitchenette.  Delivery Method: CMMP   CM:  PCL Construction Architect:  SGPA Architecture and Planning Sub Opportunities:  All trades FF&E Opportunities:  furniture, kitchen supplies and  FF&E Opportunities: furniture, kitchen supplies and equipment, children’s furniture, classroom furniture


Continuing Education Future Projects

Wing Expansion at Educational Cultural Complex Project Budget: $16.3 million p y Expected Construction Start:  May 2011 Targeted Completion:  November 2012 New 15,000 SF expansion to main building will replace b bungalows, modular classrooms, labs and support  l d l l l b d t rooms not connected to building. Allows for relocation of College Police and will create more efficient space for administration team administration team. Delivery Method:  CMMP CM:  CW Driver Architect:  RJC Architects Sub Opportunities:  All trades FF&E Opportunities: laboratory equipment &           supplies, furniture


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Purchasing & Contract Services The SDCCD Purchasing Department maintains an active vendor database for the purpose of  notifying interested vendors of upcoming personal property bids. Complete online application to register and be included in Supplier Database

https://bussrv.sdccd.edu/purchasing/vendors/ Information for Suppliers: 

http://bussrv.sdccd.edu/purchasing/4vendors.html#How_to_do_business W b li k f Web link for current bids:  t bid

http://bussrv.sdccd.edu/purchasing/Current%20Invitations060110AM.html


SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Questions? Richard Burkhart Construction Manager SDCCD rburkhar@sdccd.edu (619) 388‐6546

Ursula Kroemer Communications Director SDCCD Propositions S and N SDCCD Propositions S and N ukroemer@sdccd.edu (619) 819‐5484

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