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Facilities Development Projects

Riverside Community College District Facilities Planning and Development (FPD) supports the educational mission of the District and its three Colleges- Moreno Valley, Norco and Riverside City through advanced planning and development of facilities, standards, infrastructure and resources that promotes a learning environment by providing safe, sustainable and high-quality campuses. College facilities development projects are based on educational needs for each respective colleges.

Measure C Projects
Measure C Quality Colleges Delivered

Voters approved Measure C in March 2004 to finance much-needed projects to accommodate the growing number of students in the Riverside Community College District. Proceeds from the bond were designated to help pay for the acquisition, construction, improvement, and renovation of various college facilities as outlined in the ballot measure.​

Measure C Det​ailed Project Listing: 2004 - 2019

Projects in Construction

Moreno Valley College - Ben Clark Training Center, Education Center Building Phase I
Moreno Valley College - Ben Clark Training Center, Education Center Building Phase I
This project proposes to construct the first permanent facility at the Ben Clark Training Center. Programs to be included are the Administration of Justice, Emergency Medical Technician, Fire Technology and Homeland Security programs in addition to several general education courses that support the public safety programs. The project will provide additional (17,500 GSF) to the campus inventory. The District is in the process of applying for official “Center Education Status”.

  • Status: Project in Construction
  • Schedule: 2022-2023
  • Project Budget: $13,000,000 – Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: SVA Architect, Inc.
  • Construction Manager: CW Driver
 

Projects in Design

Moreno Valley College - Student Services Renovation
Moreno Valley College - Student Services Renovation
The project proposes to modernize the existing Student Services Building 9,000 assignable square footage (16,200 GSF). With the completion of the Welcome Center and the Library Learning Resource Center, the Student Services Building will be vacated and available for the relocation of student services programs currently located in the temporary structures within the Parkside Complex, such as Human Services, Health Services, Food Bank, and Veterans Resource Center.

  • Status: Project in Design
  • Schedule: 2022-2023
  • Project Budget: $5,500,000 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (General Construction oversee by CM Agency)
  • Architect: 19Six Architects
  • Construction Manager: Kitchell
Riverside City College - Life Science/Physical Science Reconstruction Project
Riverside City College - Life Science/Physical Science Reconstruction Project
The new complex will be designed to support the growing Business and CIS programs that are currently housed in aging facilities that are planned to be removed. The new facility will be constructed on the site of the old Physical and Life Science Building Complex and frame the new academic zone on the east end of the upper campus. A welcoming Engagement Center will invite students into the complex and provide an introduction to this academic zone of the campus. The new center will enhance student engagement and provide spaces for students to study, interact and collaborate. Technical Support Services is planned to be part of this complex and will include a relocation of the campus network and all TSS staff into one centralized location. The project will reactivate and provide additional 34,055 assignable square foot (57,231 GSF) for instructional and support services.

  • Status: Project in Design
  • Schedule: 2024-2025
  • Project Budget: $35,201,000 - State Funded + Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build
  • Architect: 19Six Architects
  • Construction Manager: CW Driver

Completed Projects

Moreno Valley College - Ben Clark Training Center, Corrections Training Platform Scenario Building
Moreno Valley College - Ben Clark Training Center, Corrections Training Platform Scenario Building
This project constructs a new Corrections Scenario Training Center. This facility will add to the current curriculum that BCTC currently has in partnership with the Riverside County’s Sheriff’s Office. The facility will provide space for corrections related training under the Administration of Justice Department. This project is anticipated to contribute to growth in FTES at the BCTC. As currently designed, this building will house approximately 2,960 ASF of lab space (3,397 GSF) for programs dedicated to Public Safety, such as Administration of Justice.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: 2019-2020
  • Project Budget: $3,680,000 Grant Fund + Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: Holt Architecture
  • Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Moreno Valley College - Dental Education Center
Moreno Valley College - Dental Education Center
Relocated top performing program to the campus from former March Air Reserve Base. Facility houses Dental Assistant and Hygiene Programs. Center includes dental classrooms, clinic, and materials lab and office space. The project provided additional 15,665 assignable square footage (31,500 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2011
  • Project Budget: $9,873,530 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: HMC Architects
  • Construction Manager: Rudolph & Sletten Construction

 

Moreno Valley College - Network Operations Center
Moreno Valley College - Network Operations Center
Facility houses central telephone and network operations equipment and provides offices for information technology staff and support space for equipment repair, storage and staging new equipment. The project provided additional 1,773 assignable square footage (2,430 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2015
  • Project Budget: $2,896,858 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: Higginson + Cartozian Architects, Inc.
  • Construction Manager: Adams Mallory Construction
Moreno Valley College - New Welcome Center
Moreno Valley College - New Welcome Center
The Welcome Center will serve as the new front door of the College. Focused on matriculation services, the building is designed to welcome students, allow student ambassadors to guide and aid first time students, provide clear and easy wayfinding to service desks and departments, and support the Student services department in its mission of Student Success. This project will house Outreach, Dream Center & First Year Experience Admissions and Records, Cashier, Student Financial Services, Student Employment, Counseling, Assessment Center. The project will provide additional 13,634 assignable square footage (17,300 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: 2022-2023
  • Project Budget: $14,000,000 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: HPI Architecture
  • Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Moreno Valley College - Student Academic Services Building
Moreno Valley College - Student Academic Services Building
Facility provides innovative and comprehensive services to promote student success by consolidating multifunctional Student Services and Administration, along with classrooms, faculty offices, and student services into a single location. The project provided additional 24,092 assignable square footage (37,734 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2013
  • Project Budget: $19,953,790 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: DLR Group
  • Construction Manager: C.W. Driver
Norco College - Brenda & William Davis Center for Student Success
Norco College - Brenda & William Davis Center for Student Success
The modern glass and steel building houses the Corral Dining Hall and store-front offices for the Career/Transfer center, Disabled Students, and student newspaper. Building features, a state-of-the-art Faculty Innovation Center, conference facilities, and a formal digitally-equipped seminar room. The project provided additional 14,222 assignable square footage (25,025 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2010
  • Project Budget: $15,633,873 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: Harley Ellis Devereaux
  • Construction Manager: ProWest Constructors
Norco College - Fuel Cell
Norco College - Fuel Cell
Project consists of the installation of a fuel cell that generates 400kW of electricity by converting lower cost natural gas into electricity and a 42-ton absorption chiller that runs off the waste heat of the fuel cell. This allows the College to delay turning on inefficient air-cooled chillers until the demand exceeds 42 tons. This is an energy efficiency project that provides continuous savings to the colleges for electrical higher utility bills. This project added a significant contribution to the Riverside City College District’s sustainability and environmental responsibility policy, mission and goals.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2014
  • Project Budget: $3,110,000 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Build by Doosan
  • Architect: Supplied and Installed by Doosan
  • Construction Manager: None
Norco College - Network Operations Center
Norco College - Network Operations Center
Facility includes warehouse, offices, repair shops, storage and meeting space for maintenance and operations, instructional media support and information technology. Project also includes a dedicated room to store building plans, Network Operations Center (campus computer and phone systems) and Emergency Operations Center. The project provided additional 12,366 assignable square footage (15,468 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Unavailable
  • Project Budget: $11,277,010 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: Hill Partnership
  • Construction Manager:Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Norco College - Secondary Effects Project (SSC & ITB)
Norco College - Secondary Effects Project (SSC & ITB)
This project is a partial remodel that addressed secondary effects of 5 buildings accommodating computer lab space, languages and reading and writing space, lecture rooms, health care office, and storage rooms. Remodel of the campus police office, student services and administrative offices, and enlarged the testing center. Development of art gallery, art storage, music rooms, and upgrade science labs. Building included: Library, College Resource Center, Student Services, Science & Technology and Humanities. The project renovated and upgraded 41,732 assignable square footage (61,596 GSF) of the campus inventory to support the educational needs.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2012
  • Project Budget: $16,028,180 Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: Hill Partnership
  • Construction Manager:Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Riverside City College - Aquatics Complex
Riverside City College - Aquatics Complex
Through a broad community partnership this project offers exciting opportunities as a world class training facility for RCC and other competitive swim, dive and water polo teams as well as individual athletes. The Aquatics Complex helps address the growing need for sports medicine, water fitness classes, swimming education and recreation programs for the community. The District entered into a 15-year joint use agreement with the City and County of Riverside with an ending date of September 2, 2023. The project provided additional 2,243 assignable square footage (3,738 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2011
  • Project Budget: $10,874,233 ($ 5,040,850 - Measure C and $ 5,833,383 - Public Contributions)
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: AVRP Studios
  • Construction Manager:Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.

 

Riverside City College - Culinary Arts Academy
Riverside City College - Culinary Arts Academy
Located on the first floor of the Culinary Arts and District Office building (CAADO), the RCC Culinary Arts Academy offers professional quality demonstration and teaching kitchens, a bakery, classrooms, and a public dining room where Culinary students can gain experience and the community can sample delicious fare. The fourth level features a unique rooftop garden setting and open space to hold special events. The project provided additional 12,623 assignable square footage (15,796 GSF) to the campus inventory. *Culinary Arts was included as part of the District Office project.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2016
  • Project Budget: $17,801,388 ($16,989,009 - Measure C and $812,379 - Non-Measure C
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: LPA, Inc.
  • Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Riverside City College - Dr. Charles A. Kane Student Services & Administration Building
Riverside City College - Dr. Charles A. Kane Student Services & Administration Building
​This facility unified student services and administration into one location at the College's "front-door" along Magnolia Ave. The facility includes Testing and Assessment, Counseling, Admissions and Records, Student and Auxiliary Services, and a large assembly style classroom. The second phase of this project demolished the old Nobel Administration Building and created additional 175 parking spaces. The project provided additional 28,729 assignable square footage (40,656 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2016
  • Project Budget: $20,751,844 - Measure C Phase I $1,550,000 - Measure C Phase II
  • Delivery Method: Construction Manager Multiple Prime
  • Architect: PH I – HMC Architects PH II – GHD Inc.
  • Construction Manager: PH I – Bernard’s Brothers Construction PH II – GHD Inc.
Riverside City College - Greenhouse Project
Riverside City College - Greenhouse Project
This project proposes to construct a new Greenhouse facility at Riverside City College that is part of the Life Science Program. This project is the installation of a pre-engineered Greenhouse (approximately 960 SF) and Head house building (approximately 150 SF) including all related site and utilities work. The building will be placed in the existing garden area east of the Math and Science Building. This project will add a significant contribution to the Riverside City College District’s sustainability and environmental responsibility policy, mission and goals.

  • tatus: Completed Project
  • Schedule: February 2021
  • Project Budget: $672,000 ($500,000 Measure C + $172,000 Local Resources)
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (General Contractor)
  • Architect: Westberg+White
  • Construction Manager: Not Applicable
Riverside City College - Henry W. Sr. & Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts and Parking Structure
Riverside City College - Henry W. Sr. & Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts and Parking Structure
Located in downtown Riverside as part of the Centennial Plaza, this project provides a state of the art, 450 seat concert hall, music practice rooms, piano lab, recording rooms, MIDI lab, classrooms and faculty offices. The School for the Arts showcases outstanding education and world-class performances for RCC's music department. This project also includes a 4-story, 224 stall parking structure. The project provided additional 23,331 assignable square footage (30,390 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2016
  • Project Budget: $42,548,934 ($25,736,076 - Measure C and $16,812,858 - Non-Measure C )
  • Delivery Method: Construction Manager Multiple Prime
  • Architect: LPA, Inc.
  • Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Riverside City College - School of Nursing & Science & Math Complex
Riverside City College - School of Nursing & Science & Math Complex
Originally built in 1928, the 41,000 square foot facility received interior and exterior renovation that included essential seismic and ADA improvements. This complex increased the college’s capacity to train and graduate nurses, and meet the needs of science and math disciplines, through the development of state-of-the-art labs, classrooms and faculty offices. Additionally, the complex includes state of the art training facilities and artificial turf field. The project renovated and upgraded 86,445 assignable square footage (131,450 GSF) of the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2012
  • Project Budget: $61,786,603 ($16,347,203 - Measure C and $45,439,400 - Non-Measure C )
  • Delivery Method: Construction Manager Multiple Prime
  • Architect: GKK Works
  • Construction Manager: Balfour Beatty Construction
Riverside City College - Wheelock PE Complex & Gym Seismic Retrofit
Riverside City College - Wheelock PE Complex & Gym Seismic Retrofit
Originally built in 1928, the 41,000 square foot facility received interior and exterior renovation that included essential seismic and ADA improvements. The complex includes state of the art training facilities and artificial turf field replacement. The project renovated/upgraded 24,121 assignable square footage (33,105 GSF) of the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2012
  • Project Budget: $22,083,309 ($12,918,309 - Measure C and $ 9,165,000 - Non-Measure C )
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)
  • Architect: GKK Works
  • Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Riverside Community College District - District Office
Riverside Community College District - District Office
Located in downtown Riverside this building contains the District Offices on the second and third floor, which now provides for all district operations to be centrally located under one roof. The fourth level features a unique rooftop garden setting and open space to hold special events. The first floor houses the board room for the District public board meetings. The project provided additional 27,971 assignable square footage (41,258 GSF) to the District inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: Opened 2015
  • Project Budget: $17,419,388 ($ 16,607,009 Measure C + $812,379 Non-Measure C)
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)​
  • Architect: LPA, Inc.
  • Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
 
Looking to the Future

Measure C has been committed and there is more left to do to address the District educational mission at Moreno Valley College, Norco College and Riverside ​​City College​.​

Measure C Summary and Looking to the Future

For more details about the colleges Educational and Facilities Master Plans and 2030 Vision, visit:

RCCD Development Plans

Non-Measure C Projects
Projects in Design

Norco College – Center for Human Performance & Kinesiology
Norco College – Center for Human Performance & Kinesiology
The Norco College has been in existence since 1993 and over the past 20 years the campus has not been able to provide a comprehensive Physical Education Program because of a lack of space. This project constructs a 55,081 gsf/ 39,282 asf Center for Human Performance and Kinesiology at the Norco College campus. The building spaces include 1,500 of lab asf for Kinesiology, 1,140 asf of office, 33,710 ASF in Physical Education spaces and 2,932 asf in other space. The project scope includes all code required site development and utilities for the building. The new Center for Human Performance and Kinesiology Building will replace the 5,020 gsf #13 CTR Applied & Comp Tech building, the 3,360 gsf #14 Multipurpose W1 & W2 building, and the 1,920 gsf #24 West End Quad W8 Building.

  • Status: Project in Design
  • Schedule: Estimated August 2025
  • Project Budget: $33,298,000 – State Funded
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (General Construction oversee by CM Agency)​
  • Architect: DLR Group
  • Construction Manager: TBD
Riverside City College – Digital Library STEM Engagement Center Project
Riverside City College – Digital Library STEM Engagement Center Project
The existing Math and Science Building does not currently have space for STEM students to meet and engage. The new Digital Library STEM Engagement Center will provide interactive student space that is part of the college’s guided pathway goals. The RCC Facilities Master Plan, approved by the Board of Trustees in 2018, identified the relocation of the Technology Support Services to the new location. This will free up space to create a new STEM Engagement Center in a visible location adjacent to the existing Math & Science Building.

  • Status: Project in Design
  • Schedule: Estimated by October 2023
  • Project Budget: $5,000,000 – General Fund
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build​
  • Architect: Gensler
  • Construction Manager: TBD – Project still in design phase

Completed Projects

Norco College - Veterans Resource Center
Norco College - Veterans Resource Center
This project proposes to construct a new Veterans Resource Center, which will expand and enhance programs and services to student Veterans and accommodate growth to serve additional Veterans moving from military service to civilian careers, through military service to college credit articulation, and to provide counseling, tutorial and educational support, supportive Veterans learning environment, academic support services and Veteran programs, and connection with and access to community and Veteran resources. The project will provide additional 1,926 assignable square footage (2,200 GSF) to the campus inventory.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: 2020-2021
  • Project Budget: $4,250,000 – State Grant Funds (Estimated)
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (General Contractor)​
  • Architect: Ruhnau Clark
  • Construction Manager: Kitchell CEM, Inc.
Norco College – Amphitheatre Shading Project
Norco College – Amphitheatre Shading Project
Installation of (6) shade structures within the Amphitheatre to provide shade for the seating and performance areas.

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: March 2021
  • Project Budget: $370,000 CARES Fund
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build General Contractor​
  • Architect: SGH Architects, DSA
  • Construction Manager: N/A
Riverside City College – Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties
Riverside City College – Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties
The Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties facility was recaptured and restored to provide a cultural resource providing interactive didactics, art displays, a secured art storage space, digital media vault, scholarship research, meeting rooms, and developing spaces for a kids zone. Additional 8,364 assignable square footage (10,000 GSF).

  • Status: Completed Project
  • Schedule: June 27, 2012, the 100th birthday of Mine Okubo
  • Project Budget: $4,706,723
  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)​
  • Architect: LPA
  • Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.