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717190: Library/Learning Resource Center


Scope of Project: To plan and implement the construction of a new Library/Learning Center on the Ukiah Campus.

Budget: $23,854,950

Target Completion Date : August 2012

Architects: TLCD Architecture, Santa Rosa

Size: 42,582 sq. ft. approx.

Location: Ukiah Campus

Point Persons: Mike Adams, Director of Facilities Planning, Virginia Guleff, Dean of Instruction-Ukiah Campus

Committee Members:
Co-Chair Mike Adams, Director of Facility Services;
Co-Chair Mark Rawitsch, Dean of Instruction (Centers) 
John Koetzner, Librarian
David Bushway, Instructional Technology Specialist
Virginia Guleff, Dean of Instruction 
Steve Oliveria, Director of Maintenance & Operations
Margaret Sanchez, Director of Learning Center
Susan Janssen, Foreign Language Faculty
Karen Christopherson, Director of Computing Services
John Loucks, Telecommunications Technician

UPDATES

December 2013 - The signage and construction projects are complete. Completion of the purchase of the initial compliment of books and materials is anticipated by June 30, 2014.

March 2013 - Final plans for the signage project are complete to go out to bid in April, with completion by the Fall 2013 semester. This will complete the Library/Learning Center project.

December 2012 - Installation of Media and Audio Visual equipment and furniture is completed. The Notice of Completion was filed on November 26, 2012.

August 2012 - Classes will begin in the new Library/Learning Center for the Fall 2012 semester.

December 2011 - The project continues to be on schedule for occupancy at the beginning of the Fall 2012 semester. The project interior finishes are currently being installed. Furniture and equipment have been bid and awarded and are scheduled for installation staring in April 2012.

June 2011 -All furniture and equipment selections have been finalized, with the opening of bids scheduled for August 30. Delivery and installation of furniture and equipment is scheduled for April 2012. Occupancy is scheduled for June 2012 with fuill operaitons expected by the Fall 2012 semester.

March 2011 - The steel structural frame is complete and framing of the walls is in progress. Underground utilities are in place and the roofing materials are being installed. Final preparation for bidding the furniture and equipment is being completed, with bidding planned for May 2011. Delivery and installation of furniture and equipment is scheduled for April 2012. Occupancy is scheduled for June 2012 with full operations expected by the Fall 2012 semester.

December 2010 - Initial site work, including utilities excavation and drainage, are substantially complete. The foundation grade beams and structural concrete is in place and all structural steel is complete. Roof decking is anticipated to be complete by January or early February 2011. This will allow work to continue during the winter months, with only minimal interruption.

September 2010 - Removal and relocation of the existing relocatable buildings is complete. Intitial site work, including utilities excavation and drainage, are substantially complete. The foundation grade beams and structural concrete is in place and ready for structural steel to be installed. Erection is scheduled to begin in November with the roof structure anticipated to be complete by January 2011. This will allow work to continue during the winter months, with only minimal interruption.

December 2009 - Preliminary, Schematic, and Design Development phases have been completed. A cost estimate has been conducted and the project, as presented, is within the project budget. The final design phase, Working Drawings, is complete and the project is beginning review by the Division of the State Architect for structural, access, and fire code compliance. Authorization to bid will go to the Board of Trustees on 2/3/10.

July 2009 - The project has been submitted to DSA for plan check. An updated project estimate is currently under way, with bidding scheduled for Spring 2010

June 2008 - Preliminary design has been completed and project concepts have been presented to the Board of Trustees for review. A preliminary design cost estimate has been conducted and the project, as presented, is within the project budget. Schematic phase design has begun and user-group committees are continuing to work on project details. Decisions by the State Legislature regarding the timing of the Statewide General Obligation Bond Measure may impact the projected schedule for completion of this project. 

April 2008 - On going review and collaboration is taking place with TLCD Architecture and the L/LRC Planning Committee for preliminary and design development planning. 

February 2008 -  TLCD Architecture has begun working with the L/LRC Planning Committee to develop the preliminary plans for the building. A project footprint and interior layouts are being finalized. It is anticipated that the finalized layouts will be  presented to the Bond Implementation Planning Committee in March 2008 and to CBOC and the Board of Trustees subsequently.

Soils investigation has been requested by TLCD with the structural engineer identifying locations for boring.

The Swing Space Planning Committee has begun meeting with TLCD to explore swing space needs and the related interface with the campus Phase II Master Plan.

 

December 2007 - Updated conceptual proposals were provided by TLCD Architecture and are currently being reviewed by the Library/Learning Resource Planning Committee. Sub-groups have been created for Library, Media Services, Learning Center and Facilities to the identify needs of each department. 

October 2007 - The Planning Committee has begun regularly scheduled meetings with TLCD Architecture. The purpose of the initial meetings is  to discuss and review the work completed to date on the Final Plan Proposal and to work on developing a schedule and process proposal for the Preliminary Design phase of the project. 

September 5, 2007 - The first Planning Committee meeting is targeted for Fall, 2007.

August 2007 - Contract for Preliminary Planning, Design Development, and Working Drawings have been submitted to District by TLCD Architecture. Final Plan Proposal was submitted to California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office in Sacramento as of 7/1/07. Contract language has been finalized and contract should be signed by end of week

January 16, 2007: The committee has been formed to begin the planning and implementation of the new Library/Learning Resource Center (L/LRC), to be located on theUkiah campus, which has been part of the college’s Master Plan filed withthe state over 25 years ago. TLCD Architecture of Santa Rosa has been selected as the architects on this project. They were the architects for our 20,000 sq. ft. science building. At the January 10 BIPC meeting, TLCD gave a presentation showing the many elements of amodern L/LRC and a detailed event timeline needed to complete the project ontime.

The next phase involves providing the state a Final Plan Proposal (FPP) by July 2007. This will require a great deal of effort to complete, including site visits of similar facilities, program preparation and more to meet the deadline.

Created: January 24, 2007 @ 08:54 AM
Last Modified: February 04, 2014 @ 12:00 PM

 





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