Text Box:  Week of 04/04/05

ONGOING PROJECTS

Temporary Student Center


Pre-Construction conference scheduled for 4/7/05, 10:00am, Faculty Staff Center.  Expected construction start early May - existing patio, east end of Cafeteria Building will be closed during construction (through 06/15/05).

Architect:  Catherine Garrison, Osborn

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Sara Kremmidas ext. 3087

Project Shepherd:  Leanna Watts ext. 2450

Departments affected are: Student Body

 

Chemistry Relocation/Stadium Demo

Bleacher Demolition pre-construction activities in process, anticipate demolition to begin by the end of the month.

 

Architect: Gary Christofi, Osborn

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: Dave Turner ext.3081

Project Shepherd: Elaine Carter, Al Germaine

Departments affected are: Chemistry, Human Anatomy.
 

Theatre Building

Project Shepard, Fred Fate will complete the room data sheets this week and submit to Arquitectonica for review. 

 

Architect: Arquitectonica

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Terry Booty ext. 3094

Project Shepherd:  Fred Fate

Departments affected are: Theatre, Bungalows X and Y, Storage Area of Chemistry Building
 

Relocation of Child Development Center

Remaining Punchlist items are being completed.  Closeout documents are being collected from General Contractor.

 

Architect: Gary Christofi, Osborn

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Bill Hahn  ext. 3085

Project Shepherd:  Jane Melton

Departments affected are: Child Development Center

 

Library Annex

Programming efforts have been completed.  Project design options to be proposed and considered to help with budgetary restrictions of project while still providing program.

 

Architect: Steinberg Group

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Bill Hahn ext. 3085

Project Shepherd:  Maryanne Des Vignes/Suzan Matranga

Departments affected are: Learning Skills Center, Tutoring Center

 

Women’s Gym

Procurement of Design Architect, scheduled for March, is pending resolution of Student Admissions Center issues and program validation.

 

Architect: Bobrow/Thomas & Associates

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Dave Turner ext. 3081

Project Shepherd:  Willie Richmond

Departments affected are: ASO, Computer Lab, Student Services (Health Center), Book Store, Food Services, International Students, Student Activities

Cafeteria Building

Procurement of Design Architect is pending resolution of Student Admissions Center issues and program validation.

 

Architect: Bobrow/Thomas & Associates

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Ron Purisima ext. 3089

Project Shepherd:  Gary Colombo

Departments affected are: Teaching Learning Center, Academic Senate, AFT Offices, Media Center/Repro. Graphics, Mail Room (tentative), Staff Org. Development, Staff Lounge, Emeriti Center

 

Communications Building

Design Firm procurement process delayed pending Program review.

 

Architect: GKK Education

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Dave Turner ext. 3081

Project Shepherd:  Vaughn Obern

Departments affected are: Speech Communication, Cinema/TV

                                Science and Technology II
Design efforts postponed pending results of 4/15 meeting.  See Sci Tech below. 

Architect: RNL

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Don Robb ext. 3084

Project Shepherd:  Dean Arvidson, ext. 2920

Departments affected are: Physics, Anthropology

 

Campus Wide Computer Network for Internet Access

The removal of the final pole is pending SBC coordination with DWP.  

 

Consultant:  SBC

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Ron Purisima ext. 3089

Project Shepherd:  N/A

Departments affected are: Campus Wide

 

Science & Technology Building

The architect will be meeting with the user groups from Sci Tech I & II on April 15th

to determine the feasibility of combining the two buildings into one.

 

Architect: John Gormley, SmithGroup 

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: Don Robb ext. 3084

Project Shepherd:  John Freitas, ext. 2605

Departments affected are:  Dental Tech, Rad Tech, Nursing, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Science, Anthropology

 

Student Admissions Parking Structure (560 spaces)

The Request for Bid for the project has been submitted.  The Advertisement period should begin within the next 2 weeks.

 

Architect: Nonchi Wang, Amphibian Arc 

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Managers:  Don Robb ext. 3084

Project Shepherd:  Celena Alcala, ext. 2463

 

Student Admissions Center

Project team developing RFQ for design architect.

 

Architect: Nonchi Wang, Amphibian Arc 

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: Don Robb ext. 3084

Project Shepherd:  Celena Alcala, ext. 2463

Departments affected are:  Student Assistance Center, Admissions, Assessment, Counseling, Transfer Center, Business Office, Cub Card, Financial Aid, Careers, Honors, Orientation, Articulation

 

Restroom Modernization

Phase I of the Restroom Project will be re-opened Wednesday, April 6.  South Restroom located on the second floor of Holmes Hall will remain closed until further notice due to water damage experienced during the past rainy season.  Phase II of this project is now scheduled to begin the week of April 11th.  Scheduled completion is week of July 12th.

 

Architect: Cliff Neiman, The Neiman Group

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Barry Willett ext. 3095

Buildings affected are: Holmes Hall, Clausen Hall and Caesar Chavez Administration Building.

 

             **Red Text Indicates Changes from Previous Issue**

Holmes Hall Modernization

DSA has requested additional modifications to the plans and a supplemental letter addressing accessibility issues.  Architect addressing  DSA’s concerns.

 

Architect: Brent Miller, Fields Devereaux

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Bill Hahn ext. 3081

Project Shepard: Richard Lewis ext. 2757

Departments affected are: Law, Administration of Justice, Philosophy, Psychology
 

Cesar Chavez Administration Bldg. Modernization

Start of Design Phase pending resolution of Student Admissions Center issues.

 

Architect: Brent Miller, Fields Devereaux

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Ron Purisima ext. 3089

Project Shepherd:  Betsy Regalado ext. 2300

Departments affected are: Office of President, Vice Presidents’ Offices, Administrative Services, Academic Affairs, TSS, Student Services, Special Projects, Sheriff’s Office, Dietetics.
 

Health, Fitness and Physical Education Parking Structure

(996 spaces), New Maintenance and

Operations Facility and New Athletic Field

BOT decision not to spend any additional bond funds or time on the PE Parking Structure and to proceed as currently designed.  Project scheduled for  4/08  bid period start.

 

Architect: Christopher Mitchell, Studios Architecture

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: William Hahn ext. 3085

Project Shepard: Dan Glickman ext. 2565

Departments affected are: Physical Education, Women including Fitness Center and Physical Education, Men including Health, Maintenance & Operations

 

Physical Education Building

A series of back check meetings with DSA are underway and will continue through  April.  Project is 99% signed off by DSA.  Project Scheduled for  4/05  DSA sign-off, pending DSA schedule.

 

Architect: Christopher Mitchell, Studios Architecture

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: William Hahn ext. 3085

Project Shepard: Dan Glickman ext. 2565

Departments affected are: Physical Education, Women including Fitness Center and Physical Education, Men including Health

 

Life Science Modernization

Initial Budget / Scope analysis is complete.   Meeting with Campus administration and user group to be scheduled to discuss findings.

 

Architect: Timothy Ballard, Osborn Architects

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: William Hahn ext. 3085

Project Shepard:   TBD

Departments affected are: Media Department including Photography, Journalism and  Campus Newspaper

 

Franklin Hall Modernization

Construction Document / Value Engineering review commencing to bring project costs within budget

 

Architect: Michael Rachin, Albert & Rachlin Architects

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: Dave Turner ext.3081

Project Shepherd: Kevin Windsor – ext 2814

Departments affected are: Mathematics, CSIT, CT/EL, English & ESL, Social Science, American Culture, Foreign Language & Humanities, Anthropology Offices

 

Jefferson Hall Modernization

Construction Document / Value Engineering review commencing to bring project costs within budget

 

Architect: Michael Rachin, Albert & Rachlin Architects

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager: Dave Turner ext.3081

Project Shepherd: Tammy Robinson – ext 2715

Departments affected are: English and ESL, Foreign Language & Humanities

 

DaVinci Hall Modernization

Program complete. Design architect procurement scheduled to start
Q2-05.
 

Architect:  Timothy Ballard, Osborn

Bovis Lend Lease, Project Manager:  Ron Purisima ext. 3089

Project Shepherd:  Gayle Partlow ext. 2510

Departments affected are:  Art/Architecture, CAOT, Business Administration
 

BOND ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

 

3/28/05 Meeting Highlights: 

 

· Budget Update:  BLL distributed copies of the updated LACC Master Budget.  The most notable change in the budget is to the Franklin Hall modernization project. We are adjusting the Franklin Hall budget to supplement the PE Parking Structure construction budget. In an effort to prevent a re-bid situation, we are funding the PE project to accommodate the worst case (highest) cost estimate. The parking structure must be built in order to comply with EIR parking requirements and to provide an athletic field and M&O / Receiving facilities. Franklin Hall has an application filed with the State for additional funding that will be used to re-fund the project. Currently, Clausen Hall, DaVinci Hall, and Cesar Chavez are not funded.  There was an additional loss of funds due to the District pulling SMP funds that were planned for this campus.

 

·  Schedule Update:  BLL distributed copies of the updated LACC Master Schedule.  BLL is currently working on options to compress the total bond program duration. Phase I of the Restrooms Modernization has gotten DSA sign off and will open shortly.  Pre-Construction Conferences for the contractors performing the work for the Temporary Student Center and the Demolition of the Bleachers will be held in the next few weeks.  The plans for the Demolition of the Chemistry Building were presented to the Board of Trustees Infrastructure Committee and approved.  The Student Admissions Parking Garage and the PE Parking Garage are anticipated to go for first bid advertisement on 4/8/05.

 

· Bond Advisory Meeting Times:  Due to a mandated meeting that BLL leadership has with DMJM/JGM on Mondays during the months of April and May, the Prop A/AA Advisory Committee will meet on the 2nd and if needed, the 4th Thursdays of the month during April and May. These additional meetings are for Business Process Reengineering (BPR). All of the campus construction management firms working on bond projects will be in attendance. The focus of the BPR effort is to streamline the process of getting projects from conception to construction and thereby saving time. Regularly scheduled Monday meetings will resume in June.  The meeting the second Thursday of the month will begin at 1:30 p.m.  The meeting on the 4th Thursday, if needed, will begin at 3 p.m.  The whole campus is invited to attend. 

 CAMPUS WORKS (M & O Projects)

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