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Thursday, September 17, 2009.

Measure R: Measure R Process & Milestones

The following summary briefly describes the process taken by AVC during the past six years, to assess district building requirements, develop master plans and initiate building projects for the Measure R building program.

  • Summer 2002 – Educational Master Plan Update completed.
  • Spring 2003 – Facilities Master Plan Update completed.
  • June 2003 – Annual Five Year Construction Plan approved by Board of Trustees and submitted to state.
  • June 2003 – Theater Arts Final Project Proposal submitted to state.
  • July 2003 – Developed initial project list and cost estimates from FMP for potential local bond measure.
  • October 2003 – Revised and completed project list for potential local bond measure.
  • October 2003 – Conducted information meetings for district staff and faculty to assess support for a local bond measure.
    District Information Meeting Results: 96% of district employees support a local bond measure for AVCCD.
  • November 2003 – Project list for local bond measure approved by Board of Trustees.
  • December 2003 – Approved project list is distributed to district entities including Strategic Planning & Budget Council (SPBC)* and Administrative Council.
  • Spring 2004 – Completed Request for Proposal (RFP) selection process for architectural and project management firms.
  • June 2004 – Annual Five Year Construction Plan approved by Board of Trustees and submitted to state.
  • June 2004 – Theater Arts and Health & Science Building Final Project Proposals submitted to state.
  • June 2004 – Submitted approved local bond measure project list to Bond Counsel to prepare for election.
  • August 2004 – Submitted approved local bond measure text for November election.
  • November 2004 – Bond Measure R Approved – 69% Approval
  • November 2004 – Construction projects list reviewed at Board of Trustees retreat.
  • November 2004 – Strategic Planning & Budget Council/Infrastructure Sub-Group (SPBC/ISG)** Develop project priority recommendations.
  • December 2004 – SPBC/ISG – develop ranking criteria for locally funded projects.
  • January 2005 – Theater Arts Facility project approved and funded by state.
  • February 2005 – Annual Five Year Construction Plan review completed by SPBC/ISG, SPBC, Administrative Council and Executive Cabinet, Recommendations made to SPBC/ISG.
  • February 2005 – SPBC/ISG reviews campus recommendations and revises project priority list for annual Five Year Construction Plan submitted.
  • February 2005 – SPBC/ISG presents recommended revised project priority list and project ranking criteria to President and SPBC.
  • March/April 2005 – Conducted information meetings for district staff and faculty regarding the district capital outlay program process and Five Year Construction Plan recommendations.
  • April 2005 – Final review and approval of annual Five Year Construction Plan is completed by Facilities Planning & Campus Development, SPBC/ISG, SPBC and President/Executive Cabinet.
  • June 2005 – Annual Five Year Construction Plan is approved by Board of Trustees and submitted to state.
  • Summer 2005 – District initiated assessment and design of the following projects:
    • Theater Arts Facility, Campus Infrastructure, Agriculture Labs/Greenhouses, Technology Infrastructure Upgrades, Facilities Services/Warehouse, Parking Expansion, ADA/Safety Upgrades, Physical Education Fields, Stadium Renovation, Auto Body Complex and Central Plant Expansion.
  • January 2006 – Health and Science Building project is approved and funded by the state.
  • June 2006 - Annual Five Year Construction Plan is approved by Board of Trustees and submitted to state.
  • August 2006 – Completed first major Measure R project – North Parking Lot.
  • January 2007 – Student Services Building project is approved by state (Presently unfunded – awaiting 2008 state bond)
  • June 2007 - Annual Five Year Construction Plan is approved by Board of Trustees and submitted to state.

* SPBC consists of 25 to 35 district personnel representing faculty, classified employees, confidential/management/supervisory employees, and administrators that oversee the district planning and budgeting processes.

** SPBC – ISG consists of one student representatives one classified employee representative, one faculty representative one instructional dean representative, Director of ITS, Director of Maintenance & Operations and Director of Facilities Planning and Campus Development (Chairperson).