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Construction moves forward on bond improvements at Sylvania Campus

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PCC’s Sylvania Campus’s Health Technology Building is rapidly changing with E6 (energy-efficiency and reduced water usage) construction projects underway on the south side of the facility.  Under the guidance of general contractor  Howard S. Wright, crews are installing a retaining wall around the new dehumidification units at the Health Technology Building.

As part of the bond-funded improvements at Sylvania Campus, construction crews are retrofitting existing buildings with energy efficient technologies. Photo by James Hill.

Work on Sylvania’s G Street is taking place right next to the other energy efficient projects. The project is scheduled to be finished by the end of August. The completion of G Street will improve access to and from the campus for emergency vehicles, as well as evacuation from campus in emergency situations. The next energy-saving project scheduled this month is the modification of the Heating Hot Water loop, which will make the current system more efficient and reduce energy costs to the college.

Crews work are improving G Street access to and from the Sylvania Campus for emergency vehicles. Photo by James Hill.

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x by Michael Trigoboff 6 years ago

Will everyone be able to drive on the new G Street, or only emergency vehicles?

x by gina 6 years ago

Good afternoon Michael,
Thank you for writing.
Everyone will be able to drive on G. Street. The completion of G Street is key to evacuating the campus and providing better access by emergency vehicles. The elimination of the dead end will also help reduce the campus carbon foot print and improve overall circulation.

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