California State Polytechnical University, San Luis Obispo, Fermentation Sciences Center
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
outdoor teaching and learning
The proposed Fermentation Sciences Center project would provide a central location for conducting education and research in fermentation sciences, and related consumer products including wine, beer, and distilled liquor. The proposed project includes construction of three new structures totaling approx 42,000 sf, near the corner of Mt. Bishop Rd and Highland Dr, immediately north of the existing crop sciences building compound on the west side of Mt. Bishop Rd. Vehicular access to the site would be provided via Parking Lot H-1, which connects directly to Mt. Bishop Rd. The proposed structures would be a single story in height, with a more steeply sloped central roof ridge and more gently sloped side wings; height to the central ridge would range from 29 to 31.5 ft for the three structures.
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Educational (42000 sf class, lab space, production areas)
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