Completed remodel of Classroom Wing interior and updating of perimeter science and computer labs, permitting the college to:
Complete reroof of the Classroom Wing, resulting in:
The seven year old membrane began to fail and was replaced by Dow Building Products in accordance with a warranty.
Replaced obsolete fluorescent fixtures with energy efficient fixtures resulting in better light quality and energy savings in Main Hall and in the Arts Center. The Arts Center project permitted CWC to install light fixtures that can be safely maintained. This project also permits more efficient use of our building maintenance staff.
Replaced original dimmer system with new system. This system is expandable and provides better control of the performance lighting system.
This project replaced the original pneumatic building controls with digital controls which are providing the institution with better control of the building temperatures and ventilation of the building. This project also permits more efficient use of our building maintenance staff.
Replaced old inefficient doors with much more secure ones that provide better access and building security.
Provides universal access to the Intertribal Center, Classroom Wing, and Mote Hall.
Completed late last summer, the system pProvides more efficient and effective night time lighting on campus, which enhances safety. This project also permits more efficient use of our building maintenance staff. Three new lights were installed at the Sinks Canyon Center to address lighting issues near Fremont Hall.
Installed two new high efficiency boilers which reduces energy use throughout the heating season and provides more heating capacity in the event an existing boiler fails.
Obtained state legislative appropriation to supplement Fremont County voter-approved funding for Health and Science Center, scheduled to open in 2013.