SCH Number 2002021004


Project Info

Title
Los Angeles Pierce College Facilities Master Plan
Description
In 2002, the Los Angeles Community College District approved the Los Angeles Pierce College Facility Master Plan. The 2014 Master Plan Update (propose project) changes the existing plan as a result of less bond funds allocated to the college and would not accommodate any increase in student capacity. Total proposed development would be reduced by approximately 127,000 SF as compared to the 2010 Master Plan Update. The components of the 2014 Master Plan Update include the following: -Horticulture - Demolish existing greenhouse and utility buildings prior to the renovation of the Horticulture building. Reduce new facilities from 15,451 SF to 2,000 SF. One new greenhouse would be constructed instead of four. -Central Plant Extensions - Change in location only, square footage remains the same. Proposed change would allow expansion of service to Measure J facilities. -Expanded Automotive and New Technical Education Facilities - Demolish utility buildings, minor renovation to existing Automotive Technical Complex (33,000 SF), construction of a new addition to the Expanded Automotive and New Technical Education Facilities (20,000 SF), reroute roadway. -Digital Arts and Media - Reduced size of new building from 70,000 SF to approximately 26,000 SF. -Deletion of the 70,000 SF Green Technologies Building and move program into existing underutilized space. -Expansion Hall Quonset Hut - Demolish
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5 documents in project

Type Lead Agency Received Title
Los Angeles Community College District Los Angeles Pierce College 2014 Facility Master Plan Update
Los Angeles Community College District Los Angeles Pierce College 2010 Master Plan Update of the 2002 Master Plan
Los Angeles Community College District Los Angeles Pierce College Facilities Master Plan
Los Angeles Community College District Los Angeles Pierce College Facilities Master Plan
Los Angeles Community College District Los Angeles Pierce College Facilities Master Plan