Featured prominently on the Palomar Community College campus, the new Maintenance and Operations Buildings house offices and workshops that were currently located in a compound consisting of eight different structures.
The project, with a total footprint of 30,000-sq.-ft., includes two buildings; one for departmental offices and one for facilities departments. The facilities building combines multiple departments – warehousing, grounds, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, welding, custodial, painting and maintenance – under one roof.
The project is the second design-build project for Palomar CCD and has the potential to become the District’s first LEED Platinum/Net Zero Energy project. The buildings are also pursuing Petal Certification from the Living Building Challenge to be the first Petal Certified community college in the world. This certification exceeds LEED Platinum qualifications.
- ENR’s national recognition for Best of the Best 2018 Green Project
- ENR California’s 2018 Best Green Project
- Southern California Development Forum’s (SCDF) 2018 Annual Design and Philanthropy Award for Technological Innovation
- Honor Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) California’s 2019 Engineering Excellence Award
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News & Press
- In The News August 6, 2019
Facing a Limited Budget, This Community College Still Built a Net-Zero FacilitySource: Metropolis Magazine
- Articles March 7, 2019
Best Green Project: Palomar College Maintenance and Operations BuildingSource: ENR
- Press Releases December 2, 2015
Level 10 Construction to Build New Maintenance and Operations Complex for Palomar Community College DistrictSource: Level 10 Construction