HSAMCC Construction Update 12/2/22

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Project Details – Heath Science Advanced Manufacturing Classroom Complex

  • The HSAMCC will replace five previously existing buildings (2400, 2500, 2600, 2700, and 2800) with the construction of a new 50,700 square foot multi-instructional facility.
  • The building is located on the footprint of the previously existing 2500 Building.
  • The HSAMCC provides state-of-the-art educational spaces for Chemistry, Biology, Medical Lab Technology, Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing and Bio-Manufacturing.
  • When finished in August of 2023, the three-story structure will have a south-facing territorial view of natural spaces that preserve existing, significant trees and landscape features.
  • The complex will integrate enhanced outdoor student and community gathering areas.

High Level Construction Summary Timeline

Summer 2021:   Contractor mobilization and construction start – Complete

Summer 2021:   Demolition Phase I included existing buildings 2500 and North 2400 buildings including greenhouse and infiltration pond – Complete

Summer 2022:   Greenwood parking lot infiltration pond construction – Complete

Summer/Fall 2023:   Building occupancy compliance/completion and college teams move-in to HSAMCC.

Fall/Winter 2023:  Demolition Phase II includes existing buildings 2600, 2700, and 2800, and South 2400 buildings.

Winter/Spring 2024:  Landscaping of new courtyard and overall project completion (includes new greenhouse and pond). This will coincide with the future STE(A)M project development.

STEAM Education Center Updates

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What is the project?†


• Funded as a Replacement Project
• Will replace buildings 800, 2200, and 2300
• Home to Nursing, Music, and Music Technology programs
• Math-centered instructional spaces
• Instruction and student spaces will be available to all of campus
• 41,500 square feet
• Construction cost of $31.7M
• Total Project cost of $42.7M

Project Features

• Gender Neutral Restrooms
• Electric Vehicle Charging
• Designed to be complementary with HSAMCC
• Preserving Landmark Trees and native natural landscape
• Informal Performance Space
• Accessibility
• Pedestrian experience through campus
• Campus Infrastructure improvements

project details listed on a graphic
Campus map showing STEAM building placement
STEAM building timeline

Restroom Remodel in 9000 Building

College community,

Good morning.  I would like to share with you information about another minor capital project that will soon be underway.

This project, which begins on November 14, 2022, and runs through April 2023, involves remodeling the restrooms on the first floor of the 9000 building.  These restrooms will not be accessible during the length of the project.  However, restrooms on the second and third floors will remain available.

Construction hours will be 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.

If you have any questions, please contact our Director of Facilities and Capital Projects Kim Clark at kclark@shoreline.edu

Thank you.

Bob Williamson

Acting Vice President for Business and Administrative Services

Shoreline Community College

Gym Remodel Project

College community,

Beginning on Monday, October 24, work will begin on the remodel of the small gym and racquetball spaces in the 3000 building.  These areas will be combined into one large space to accommodate a new fitness center.  Demolition work will start on Monday and continue for about two weeks.  The entire project is expected to be completed by May 2023.

The construction schedule will 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.  Occasional work will also be conducted during evening hours.  As requested by our athletics department, no construction will take place on Wednesdays between 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.  

No chemical smells will be involved in this project.  However, if you have questions please contact Kim Clark, Director of Facilities and Capital Projects, at kclark@shoreline.edu.

Thank you.

Bob Williamson

Acting Vice President for Business and Administrative Services

Shoreline Community College

FOSS, Roofing Smell

Dear Shoreline Staff,

The College is aware that there is a smoke/burning smell coming from our roofing project.  Staff in FOSS are encouraged to work with their supervisor to:

  1. Identify a secondary location and perhaps work from a laptop or other station in another building.
  2. Move to a remote/home location and continue to work (through your normal workday). Please ensure that your online Zoom link options are open.

Our Shoreline Mechanical team is working with the roofing project company to mitigate these issues. We will flush the air system this evening as well.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Thank you.

Phillip J. King, Ed.D.

Vice President for Student Learning, Equity, and Success

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