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PROPOSITIONS S & N FACILITIES UPDATE — October 2010 This is it! The 2010 Mesa Shuffle is in its final stages and the big moves happen in October. We are seeing great progress with Proposition S & N projects and excitement is BUILDING! Thank you for your participation in the process. Ron Perez, Vice President of Administrative Services

Do the Mesa Shuffle! October 15 10 classrooms from F-100/200 moved to Modular Village - COMPLETE! October 25 Surplus furniture moved to District Warehouse - COMPLETE! October 29 8 classrooms from F-100/200 move to Mesa College Design Center 12 classrooms from F-100/200 backfill move into K-100/200 Construction Site Fencing goes up around F-100, F-200, J-200 November 1 Soft Demolition of F-100, F-200, J-200 begins November 12 L-501 & L-502 move to K-109 & K-109E December 21 Hard Demolition of F-100, F-200, J-200 begins December 23 H201 MET administration moves to L-501 & L-502 January 19 Hard Demolition of F-100, F-200, J-200 ends

The Dominoes are Falling Modular Village Phase II

Design Center

These additional 10 refurbished modular classrooms came to us from City College to provide swing space while we build our new campus. The first day of classes in these units was October 18th.

Mesa College Design Center

Modular Village Phase II

Landscaping is in place, final punchlist work is underway, and furniture, computers, and A/V systems are installed. The move-in date is this Friday, October 29th and the first day of classes will be Monday, November 1st. This will be a first class sustainable adaptive reuse project for the Design Department and Mesa College.

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Demolition of F-100, F-200, J-200

Site Plan of Math + Science Site

Fencing will go up on October 29th and “soft” demolition will begin on November 1st. The actual hard knock-down of the 3 buildings will begin on December 21st after Fall Semester is complete. The demolition of these 3 buildings clears the way for the construction of Math + Science Building.

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Central Plant Photovoltaic Project Update Even does though theinterior PV Project not a Prop project, you What the of aisCentral PlantS/N look like? Take may have noticed that the columns for the PV/shade a structure peek inside. The roof deck installation is complete and were installed in Lot #1 & #2 over the summer. PV roofing is started this week. Connections to chiller and panel installation will resume after the semester parking “rush”equipment subsides. Mesa have made a total and of 4,984 PV panels boiler arewill being underground that will generate over 1,500 megawatt hours of power. This electrical and plumbing is underway. The project is is a significant addition of "clean power" to the grid. scheduled complete in December provide (Note: theseto quantities are a correction to data and in Julywill newsletter.) heating and cooling for Student Services, Math + is & it?Behavioral Sciences Science Building, I-300 andWhat Social Building.

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Student Services

Answer: These are the solar tube passive lighting fixtures in the Police Station hallway.

The majority of underground work in the upper roadway is complete. Soil nailing is wrapping up and shoring wall construction will continue through the fall semester. Structural steel framing will begin after the foundation walls and slab on grade are complete in November.

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P r o j e c t M a n a g e m e n t Te a m Campus Project Manager Project Manager

Project Manager

Asst. Project Manager

Diane K. Malone A.I.A., LEED AP 619.417.2906 (cell phone) dmalone@sdccd.edu Brian Browning 619.277.4576 (cell phone) bbrowning@gafcon.com Mike Clark 213.494.9609 (cell phone) mclark@gafcon.com Edgar Hinojosa 619.843.5751 (cell phone) ehinojosa@gafcon.com

what is it? Answer: Hot and Chilled Water Lines from the New Central Plant Buildings.

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2010 Mesa College Newsletter  

​Situated on a sprawling 104-acre mesa in the geographic center of San Diego, Mesa College is one of the largest community colleges in Calif...

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