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San Diego Community College District - Career Technology Center (CTC)

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The San Diego Community College District Career Technology Center (CTC) is a new five-story, 88,000 sq. ft. instructional facility, housing the expanded Nursing, Cosmetology and Photography and Digital Arts departments. The facility was awarded a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) in January 2011.
Uploaded by sdccd on 07/09/2011
Digital publication details: 24 pages.

San Diego Community College District Proposition S and Proposition N Overview

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​The San Diego Community College District’s (SDCCD) construction bond program, funded by voter-approved Proposition S, a $685 million bond passed in 2002, and Proposition N, an $870 million bond passed in 2006, is providing for new, state-of-the-art instructional and career training facilities, major renovations, public safety and accessibility enhancements, parking, and campuswide infrastructure projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six Continuing Education campuses.
Uploaded by sdccd on 06/10/2009
Digital publication details: 37 pages.

San Diego Community College District Propositions S & N Construction Bond Program

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​The San Diego Community College District’s (SDCCD) construction bond program, funded by voter-approved Proposition S, a $685 million bond passed in 2002, and Proposition N, an $870 million bond passed in 2006, is providing for new, state-of-the-art instructional and career training facilities, major renovations, public safety and accessibility enhancements, parking, and campuswide infrastructure projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six Continuing Education campuses.
Uploaded by sdccd on 01/11/2010
Digital publication details: 75 pages.

San Diego Community College District Proposition S &N Fact Sheet - Topping Off Ceremonies

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​The San Diego Community College District’s (SDCCD) construction bond program, funded by voter-approved Proposition S, a $685 million bond passed in 2002, and Proposition N, an $870 million bond passed in 2006, is providing for new, state-of-the-art instructional and career training facilities, major renovations, public safety and accessibility enhancements, parking, and campuswide infrastructure projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six Continuing Education campuses.
Uploaded by sdccd on 01/15/2013
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

San Diego Community College District Proposition S & N Fact Sheet

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The San Diego Community College District’s (SDCCD) construction bond program, funded by voter-approved Proposition S, a $685 million bond passed in 2002, and Proposition N, an $870 million bond passed in 2006, is providing for new, state-of-the-art instructional and career training facilities, major renovations, public safety and accessibility enhancements, parking, and campuswide infrastructure projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six Continuing Education campuses.
Uploaded by sdccd on 01/10/2013
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

San Diego Community College District Borrego Solar Power Purchase Agreement

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SDCCD's Green Building Policy requires that 10 percent of a project’s total energy is generated from renewable resources, such as solar energy and thermal energy. Data from the California Center for Sustainable Energy show that San Diego Community College District installations generate more renewable energy than any other higher education institution in SDG&E territory. Of the 7.718 megawatts (MW) installed or pending installation under the California Solar Initiative, SDCCD constitutes 2.367 MW of the total. Combined, installations across the District represent the generation of 4,876,129 kilowatt hours (kWh) of renewable energy each year.
Uploaded by sdccd on 09/23/2009
Digital publication details: 19 pages.

State of Design-Build in the San Diego Community College District

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​The San Diego Community College District’s (SDCCD) construction bond program, funded by voter-approved Proposition S, a $685 million bond passed in 2002, and Proposition N, an $870 million bond passed in 2006, is providing for new, state-of-the-art instructional and career training facilities, major renovations, public safety and accessibility enhancements, parking, and campuswide infrastructure projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six Continuing Education campuses.
Uploaded by sdccd on 09/28/2010
Digital publication details: 40 pages.

San Diego Community College District Science Building Renovation

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San Diego Community College District - Miramar College Science Building Renovation
Uploaded by sdccd on 05/14/2013
Digital publication details: 15 pages.

San Diego Community College District Proposition S & N: Big Opportunities for Small Business

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​The San Diego Community College District’s (SDCCD) construction bond program, funded by voter-approved Proposition S, a $685 million bond passed in 2002, and Proposition N, an $870 million bond passed in 2006, is providing for new, state-of-the-art instructional and career training facilities, major renovations, public safety and accessibility enhancements, parking, and campuswide infrastructure projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six Continuing Education campuses.
Uploaded by sdccd on 04/07/2011
Digital publication details: 26 pages.

Lean Integration through the Facility Life Cycle at San Diego Community College District

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Lean Construction principles, a production management-based approach to project delivery where work is structured throughout the process to maximize value and reduce waste, are integrated into all projects. Efforts to manage and improve performance are aimed at improving the total project, challenging historic beliefs that there must always be a trade between time, cost, and quality
Uploaded by sdccd on 07/16/2012
Digital publication details: 48 pages.
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