The SRJC master plan encompassed its campuses in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, Shone Farm in Forestville, Windsor Public Safety Training Center and the Southwest Center in Roseland.
Pairing together the expertise of our locally-tied education practice with the international design experience of our partner, Gensler | QKA brought a body of research around learning and workplace environments to help the SRJC rethink traditional approaches to planning.
The process involved a full condition and needs assessment of buildings and building systems, with a concentrated focus on energy efficiency, health and comfort, water and wastewater systems and management and site and habitat needs. The second phase of the process included an analysis of demographic and education trends within the county with future needs for academic programs. Intended to serve as a road map for improvements that are currently underway, the master plan includes architectural and landscape blueprints, technology systems design and the creation of a building program for each campus.
2017 Award of Excellence | Community College Facility Coalition (CCFC)
- School Bond Measure
- Master Planning
- Facilities Needs Assessment
- Energy Efficiency