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- Santa Barbara City College West Campus Center
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- San Diego State University Engineering & Interdisciplinary Sciences Building
- California State University Northridge Student Housing Phase 2
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- Matthew Knight Arena - University of Oregon
- UCLA Hitch Suites and Commons Buildings
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- University of Washington, Tacoma - Russell T. Joy Building
- Pacific Northwest College of Art
- Los Angeles Community College District’s Pierce College Library/Learning Crossroads
- University of Washington Bothell - Discovery Hall
- University of Oregon - Straub Hall
Santa Barbara City College West Campus Center
Santa Barbara, California
The new West Campus Center on campus condenses multiple departments into one building, creating a space for students and faculty that is a “one-stop shop.
The 33,600-square-foot, three-story building houses 23 classrooms and 15 faculty staff offices which were previously housed in portable buildings.
The project includes multiple sustainable features including a second-story roof garden planted with native, drought-resistant plants; vegetated swales to promote rain water infiltration; water usage reduction fixtures and fixture fittings; on-site water source and reclaimed water; naturally ventilated spaces with operable windows and louvers; panoramic glass curtain walls for interior daylighting, and high performance glazing.
The long list of sustainable building design features above were all contributing factors in the award of the highest certification the USGBC has to offer for New Construction (NC): LEED Platinum. “Achieving Platinum certification is not something every institution can accomplish. The fact that SBCC’s first LEED project earned Platinum has made us all very proud.” said Vice President of Business Services Lyndsay Maas.
Size: 33,600 square feet
Construction cost: $17 Million
End date: 2018
Architect: KBZ Architects
Owner: Santa Barbara City College