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Campus Construction Updates




Campus Construction Updates




In November 2014, our community voters approved Measure H to support capital construction and modernization at all three campuses in our district. Measure H provides $133 Million to Cañada College for the construction of two new buildings, and modernization and updates of three buildings. 

As we wrap up the Spring 2016 semester, many people are wondering why we have not seen any construction on campus yet.  Throughout the year, there have been a number of smaller projects on campus as we prepare to start major capital construction. One of the major undertakings has been to develop all the project documents, cost estimates, and updated project timeline.

Here is the latest schedule for the ‘first wave’ projects:
Project Name
Vacate Existing Building
Construction Start
Occupancy
Building 1 – Kinesiology and Wellness
12/18/2017
03/19/2018
10/11/2019
Building 23 – Science
N/A
06/04/2018
02/03/2020

As with any construction project, the timeline is subject to change. We will provide updates at our Fall Opening Day and throughout the semester to keep the campus community aware of timelines, preparations, and other small projects. 

The latest updates and timelines can also be found on the Administrative Services webpage: http://canadacollege.edu/adminservices/construction.php.

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