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West City Campus


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​CM Multiprime
$18.2 million
Proposition S
The 39,000 square foot two‐story West City Campus building was built to replace a complex of four outdated single‐story buildings whose programs had long outgrown the available space. The campus, located near the Sports Arena in the historic Point Loma community, was planned and built to be Continuing Education’s Campus of Excellence for Hospitality and Consumer Science. In addition to housing one of the finest Culinary Arts kitchens in all of San Diego for teaching, learning and demonstration, West City’s technology‐rich, state‐of‐the‐art classrooms were specially designed to enhance students’ skills in Sewing, Business Information Technology, English for non‐native English Speakers, Parenting, High School subjects, and more. 
A comprehensive parking study completed for the District’s popular West City Campus determined a need for additional parking. In 2014, a portion of a vacant parcel owned by the District and adjacent to West City was converted to an additional 79 parking spaces to serve the campus. The $515,000 project increased available parking by 65 percent, to 195 spaces. It includes sustainable features such as the use of pervious concrete, which allows water to pass freely through it aiding in the filtering of storm water and managing runoff.
Project Team:
  • Architect: RJC Architects
  • Construction Manager: Project Management Advisors, Inc.
  • Contractor: Soltek Pacific
  • Structural Engineer: Flores Lund Consultants (FLC)
  • Civil Engineer: RBF
  • Electrical Engineer: BSE Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineer: MA Engineers
  • Landscape Architect: RJC Architects
  • Propositions S & N Program Manager: Gafcon, Inc.
  • Campus Project Manager: Scott Ellis, AECOM
  • Furniture, Fixture & Equipment (FF&E) Project Manager: Tricia Hendrickson, Gafcon, Inc.