The high-performance building design will result in significant water and energy savings.
Think back to classrooms when we were growing up. The lack of air conditioning alone would be considered cruel and unusual punishment for children these days.
In Point Loma, a new campus for continuing education would put old classrooms to shame.
The money from construction bonds paid for the new a new campus – designed with recycled materials in mind.
West City Campus will celebrate its opening Wednesday, May 6, showing off the two-story building that is San Diego Continuing Education’s newest teaching/learning facility.
Nearly 39,000 square feet, the $18 million campus was designed to be Continuing Education’s “Campus of Excellence” for Hospitality and Consumer Science.
In addition to housing one of the best Culinary Arts kitchens in all of San Diego for teaching, learning and demonstration, West City’s technology-rich, state-of-the-art classrooms are especially designed to teach and enhance students’ skills in Sewing, Fashion Business Information Technology, English for non-native English Speakers, Parenting Education, Arts and
Here are just a few of the features making this construction eco-friendly:
The project was funded by the $1.5 billion Propositions S and N construction bond program, which provides for new instructional facilities, major renovations and infrastructure projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges as well as six Continuing Education campuses.