CCC is proud to announce that the Jerome Campus Redevelopment Project, responsible for the construction of Columbia Hall, renovation of Towler Hall, and other campus improvements, has been recognized with the first place award for $15.1M - $50M public buildings as part of the Daily Journal of Commerce’s 2011 top projects.
JCRP construction began in the winter of 2008 with the goal of completing seismic upgrades, increasing classroom space and technology by renovating pre-existing structures as well as constructing new structures, and improve the overall sense of place at the Jerome Avenue Campus. The project was completed this last fall, on time and on budget.
“Receipt of this prestigious award is truly an honor to all those who contributed to the success of this project. I am very grateful to have this honor bestowed upon this significant community project, providing the bricks and mortar to assist in making the dreams and aspirations of our students a reality,” says Al Jaques, JCRP Project Manager.
The project was submitted for consideration in the journal by the general contractor on the project, P&C Construction, and the project’s architectural firm, SRG Partnership Inc.
For more information, visit the College’s JCRP website.
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CCC’s Jerome Avenue Campus at night. Photo by David rr Homer.