Sustainable Facilities and Grounds

Facilities   Grounds


Facilities and Operation | Sustainability Principles  | Facilities Master Plan | Current Projects


Facilities Operations

SRJC’s Facilities & Operations Division provides districtwide services that support the physical and natural environment of the college. Such assistance ranges from planning, design, construction projects, and agency interaction to maintenance, custodial, grounds and landscaping, environmental management, occupational therapy, recycling, utility management, and sustainable initiative.

In addition, SRJC's Facilities & Operations Division maintains 66 buildings, 1.7 million gross square feet, multiple athletics fields, and 549 acres that include the Santa Rosa Campus, Petaluma Campus, Public Safety Training Center, and Shone Farm. The FPO team also supports leased facilities at 72 leased centers throughout Sonoma County.

Click HERE to find more information about our dedicated FacOps team for each campus. 


Sustainable Facilities and Grounds Principles

 

   

Te n Guiding Principles 

Planning Principles

  1. Use an Integrated Approach to Building Design, Construction and Operations
  2. Implement an Ecological Site Design Methodology
  3. Reduce Fossil Fuel Reliance and Related Energy Costs
  4. Manage Water Carefully
  5. Source Materials and Services Responsibly
  6. Optimize Occupant Comfort , Health and Well Being
  7. Reduce Waste
  8. Use the Built Environment as a Teaching Tool
  9. Facilitate Sustainable Management of Campus Operations
  10. Showcase Sustainability Leadership 
  • Support a Culture of Sustainability
  • Optimize available resources
  • Promote all aspects of sustainability
  • Create a healthy and safe campus for all


 


Facilities Master Plan

Measure H aims to improve the educational experience and alleviate overcrowding through facilities renovations and seismic retrofitting. Specific emphasis will be placed on modernizing math, science and laboratory spaces to better train students in these fast-growing job sectors.

The campuses and classrooms will undergo significant technology upgrades and will house expanded and new career and technical education programs.

Click HERE for the Facilities Master Plan 


Current Projects on Our Campuses

Click Below to See What is Happening at All of Our Campuses:

Santa Rosa | Petaluma | Public Safety Training Center | Shone Farm

Bond Sustainability Projects | Parking Updates