Madrone Building Modernization
Project: Mahogany Building - formally known as Madrone Building
General Use: Vocational Technology Instruction
Square Feet: 5,035
Architect: Noll & Tam
Final Cost: $2,922,998.07
Construction Start: July 2008
Opening: August 2009
Increase capacity of facility to meet needs and allow for up-to-date instruction
The Madrone expansion is a seperate new building adjacent to the existing Madrone facility design and will provide much needed lab space and storage. The existing 5,439 sq. ft. single story Madrone Building contains class labs and offices that will remain and continue in its present use of automotive technology, industrial technologies, electronics, industrial automation, alternative fuels, computer networking and construction trades.
The Technical skills taught in the new facility will be welding (MIG, TIG, ARCH & Oxy/Acetylene) and auto body collision repair.
- Welding lab/shop - 1,876 ASF
- Hazardous exterior storage - 80 ASF
- Welding office - 120 ASF
- Welding tool room - 180 ASF
- Welding storage - 120 ASF
- Canopy covered work area - 384 SF
- Restrooms/janitor - 365 SF
- Circulation/unassigned - 276 SF
- Total gross building area - 2,376 SF
- Expansion space (Phase II)
- Two auto bays - 1,876 ASF
- Covered canopy - 384 SF
- Circulation space - 113 SF
- Total phase two area - 2,373 SF
Project Status Updates
Current Bulletin: 8/3/2009
Previous Bulletin: 7/14/2009
Earlier updates have been archived. Please contact the webmaster for access.
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