Projects Scheduled for Bids
Major Projects Updates
Indigenous Arts Campus - Fiber Arts Studio
The College has been working the past few months with our Architectural team (Jones & Jones) to come up with a building design that will represent both the Maori peoples of the South Pacific and the peoples of the NW Salish. Below is a preliminary snapshot of a proposed structure. The design will no doubt evolve. The thought is to represent an upside-down canoe since both peoples revolve around a canoe culture. The zigzag represented on the roof is an important element meant as the binding line of the two cultures. This is an exciting project that will be a new architectural gem for our Campus.
Also, take a look at a carving, by the Maori carving artist Lyonel Grant, that will go over the main entrance door.
(In order to enlarge the images, place your cursor on the image, right click, and select either "view image" or "open in a new tab".)
(Contact Dave Shellman for additional information at 360-867-6556)
First-Year Student Housing (FYSH)
The First-Year Student Housing design options can be found when following the link.
(Contact Tim Byrne for additional information at 360-867-6093)
2017-19 Capital Pre-Design Submittals
On July 1 & 5, 2016 we submitted the Sem 1 Remodel and the Critical Power, Safety, and Security Systems to Office of Financial Management (OFM).
To see the complete requests, please use the links below
Ten-Year Capital Request Plan 2017-27
At the end of August we turned in our Capital Request Plan for 2017-27 to the Office of Financial Management (OFM).
Please click on the following link to see the complete Capitol Request (PDF).
- Accident Report Form This form needs to be filled out for all injuries that happen on campus.
- Campus Land Use Procedures (PDF) This form is a required application for outdoor projects that will alter the college's property.
- Campus Master Plan This document is the strategic plan for the College from 2005 to 2020. It incorporates all academic and support operations, including capital projects.
- Campus Production Report Fill out this form for all art installations and events that involve a large number of off-campus guests. If you wonder whether or not to submit one, call Space Scheduling at x 6314.
- Conference Room Contacts (Word) (PDF) Can't find a space for you meeting? Try these locally scheduled rooms.
- Facilities Services Brochure Handy pamphlet that describes each unit's responsibilities in Facilities Services.
- Facilities Work Requests Any work that you want/need done, from shelving installation and plugged toilets to light bulb replacement and heating/cooling discomforts.
- The FAD News Blog Gives current information on events happening in the College's Finance and Administration Department of which Facilities Services is a part.
- Winter Storm Maintained Walkways (PDF) This map shows the prioritized walkways to be cleared when the campus has a storm.
Behind the Scenes
Evergreen's 10-Year Capital Plan was submitted in August 2012 and will be used for the Governor's Capital request to the legislature.
The College's Capital Program for the next biennium, 2013-2015, consists of funds for facility preservation, renovation of a floor in the Lab 1 and Lab 2 buildings, design of the Lecture Hall renovation, predesign of the Lecture Hall renovation, predesign of the Seminar 1 renovation, and the acquisition and design of the Tacoma Center.
Minor Works Projects planned for 2013-2015 Biennium
$6,935,000 was provided for preservation projects across campus to help reduce the College's deferred maintenance backlog and improve the existing utility and roadway infrastructure, accessibility and the operation of the College's various utility systems. Some of the preservation work scheduled for this biennium is: new roof for the Shops building; repairs to the Seminar II green roofs and Longhouse roof; renovation and improvement to the water distribution system; renovation of the medium voltage feeder line; lighting improvement across campus including upgrading lighting controls; renovation and improvements to the HVAC/utility systems; restroom renovations; roadway improvements; and ADA access improvements.
Currently, the College is working on walkway improvements and, other small renovation and improvement projects across campus.
Resource and Conservation Management
- The solar photovoltaic array (PV array) has been operational for four years.
- Steam, chilled water and several important domestic cold water meters have been added throughout the Olympia campus. These meters will permit calculation of the Energy Utilization Index, the energy used per square foot per year for all major campus buildings for the first team. The recent meters report information to the Environmental Management System (EMS). Existing meters, including many of the electrical sub meters owned by the college, will be updated when funding is available to automate their reporting the EMS, as well. Contact Tom Lindahl, College Engineer, at x6136 for more information.
- Mike Drennon, Mechanical Services Manager, has been steadily monitoring energy use on campus. As part of budget reductions, the college has committed itself to reducing utility costs. Rates for water and sewer have increased and offset some of the energy savings. Please be conscious of our conservation goals and help us meet them.
- Here are the end of year utility numbers. The College continues to reduce its use of electricity. We used 741 less megawatt hours over the same period as last year and our bill was almost $19,000 less. Our gas use was basically the same as last year and our gas cost was up about $13,000. For the year we have spent about $6,000 less than last year at the same time. Please remember that this is in comparison to last year when we were very successful in reducing our energy costs and use. (For your information our total cost at the same time in June 2009 was $2,295,820.) Please continue to monitor your use of electricity and keep your office space at as low a temperature as possible and still feel comfortable. Our goal for temperature is 68 degrees in the winter and 76 degrees in the summer. The chart below is in comparison to what the College achieved last year, as of December 2011.