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César E. Chávez continuing education campus to get new parking structure

PCL Construction Services Inc. has been awarded the design-build contract to build a parking structure at the San Diego Community College District’s Continuing Education César E. Chávez campus in Barrio Logan.

The project is slated to be a four-level parking garage with a minimum of 320 spaces. The project also includes a future classroom building with rooftop-level solar panels.

The design-build team consists of RJC Architects, DCI Engineers, MA Engineers, Michael Wall Engineering, Leighton Consulting Inc., Project Design Consultants and Graelic LLC.

Design for the $7.2 million project is under way and onsite construction is scheduled to begin in January 2014, with project completion in December 2014.

The César E. Chávez campus and parking structure are being funded by the San Diego Community College District’s $1.55 billion propositions S and N construction bond programs, which are providing new facilities, major renovations, public safety and accessibility enhancements, parking, and campus-wide infrastructure projects throughout its campuses.

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