In November 2014, the residents of Sonoma County passed Measure H, a $410M general obligation bond supporting the Students, Faculty and Staff of the Sonoma County Junior College District. The District includes the Santa Rosa Junior College campus and Southwest Center in Santa Rosa, Petaluma campus in Petaluma, Public Safety Training Center in Windsor and Shone Farm in Healdsburg.
The Sonoma County Junior College District is a vital community resource and must stay current. Half of our local high school graduates rely on SRJC for affordable higher education right here in Sonoma County. Measure H will serve to upgrade facilities, address overcrowding and prepare students to attend four-year universities. Students will be prepared to succeed in 21st-century careers.
JGM is performing construction management services at each of the campuses, overseeing various projects to ensure the benefit and success of the faculty and staff.
Project: Security Enhancement at Santa Rosa, Windsor and Petaluma Campuses
Construction Budget: $3,000,000
Schedule: October 2020–May 2021 for Design & Construction
This project requires design and construction of the security enhancements per the security specifications by TRC dated November 2, 2018. Enhancements of each campus
will include: assessment of inoperable or deficient video cameras and replacement, installing new cameras at strategic locations including the use of the Genetec Security Center Video Management system integrated with CCure 9000, installation of electrified locking hardware with card readers at all exterior doors and select interior doors at high risk areas with CCure software integration and installation of appropriately placed Emergency Call Systems integrated with video surveillance and security management software systems. Additionally, all new buildings shall be modeled to determine what the target Energy Use Intensity (EUI) is to achieve ZNE (Source) performance.
- Public Safety Training Center (PSTC) Expansion and modernization project ($7,200,000) PSTC’s new multipurpose building will be constructed next to the current building and will serve the PSTC as an assembly area, practice area for tactical arts, and workout facility for firefighting trainees, and police cadets.
- Renovate and Re-purpose Garcia Hall for Art programs ($3,000,000)