Partnership

CCC/IOU advocates, promotes, and supports energy efficiency in the California Community College system by leveraging contributions from the Community College Chancellors Office, individual community college districts, and the four California investor-owned utilities, including:

  • Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E®)
  • Southern California Edison (SCE®)
  • Southern California Gas (SCG®)
  • San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E®)
 

Benefits

Our Partnership helps all participants achieve common goals for energy use reduction, cost savings, and fostering a more sustainable future. Additionally, the CCC/IOU Partnership plays a major role in the ongoing success of the California Clean Energy Jobs Act of 2012 (Proposition 39) within the Community College System. We employ the Partnership's infrastructure to identify, install, and close out energy. Reach out to us for more information about our work.

Installing Generator

PROJECTS IN DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

Moreno Valley College
Ben Clark Training Center, Education Center Building Phase I


Moreno Valley College Phase I

Project Description

This project proposes to construct the first permanent facility at the Ben Clark Training Center. Programs
to be included are the Administration of Justice, EMT, Fire Technology and Homeland Security programs in
addition to several general education courses that support the public safety programs. The District is in the
process of applying for official “Center Education Status”. Total GSF 17,000  xxx (ASF 11,187)

Project Budget

$13,000,000 – Measure C

Projected Occupancy

2022-2023

Delivery Method

 Construction Manager Multiple Prime

Architect

SVA Architect, Inc. (5.15.20: Emailed Doug Brown)

Construction Manager

TBD


Site Locations Project Plan

Riverside City College
Culinary Arts Academy


Riverside Culinary Arts Academy

Project Description

Located on the first floor of the Culinary Arts and District Office building, the RCC Culinary Arts Academy offers professional quality demonstration and teaching kitchens, a bakery, classrooms, and a public dining room where Culinary students can gain experience and the community can sample delicious fare. The fourth level features a unique rooftop garden setting and open space to hold special events. GSF 15,796 xxx (ASF 12,623xxx)

Project Budget

$17,801,388 ($16,989,009 - Measure C and $812,379 - Non-Measure C )

Projected Occupancy

 Opened 2016

Delivery Method

 Construction Manager Multiple Prime

Architect

LPA, Inc. (5.15.20: Emailed Steve Tiner)

Construction Manager

Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.

 *Culinary Arts was included as part of the District Office project


Kitchen Meeting Hall Riverside Kitchen