JGM was chosen to manage $375 million of construction projects over the next five years at San Jose City College, one of the satellite colleges for the San Jose Evergreen Community College District. Voters approved Measure G on November 2, 2010, and Measure X on November 8, 2016. Measure G and X are Proposition 39 general obligation bond measure totaling $268 million and $748 million respectively. The scope of both Measures G and X is to upgrade computer, science, and allied health labs; renovate math, science, and core academic classrooms; modernize job-training and career-technical education classrooms and facilities; upgrade deteriorated roofs, electrical, plumbing, heating, and ventilation; improve energy efficiency and reinvest the savings back into instruction; create a job-training Center For Environmental Sciences and Green Technology, and improve campus safety/security systems.
Projects funded by the Bond Program are currently underway and include a new maintenance building, campus wide HVAC and controls upgrade, physical security, new modular team room building, new campus wide entry signage, Milpitas extension bioswale, Prop 39 lighting, and 26 additional projects to be assigned between two campuses. The team is responsible for construction management services including but not limited to overseeing the collaborative design development process; establishing project schedules and budgets; planning, directing, and coordinating with architects, contractors, vendors, and District staff; overseeing all facets of the construction phase of a project including mobilization, construction and closeout; performing day-to-day contract administration activities; leading preconstruction meetings and related award coordinating activities; reviewing contractors’ initial construction schedule, submittals, and schedules of values; responding to contractor inquiries; developing scope; creating bid advertisements and bid packages; and managing and coordinating project teams and contractors in communicating directives and ensuring the project scope is built according to plans, specifications and cost limits.