Since College District voters approved $157 million in bond funds for the 2014 Capital Improvement Program (CIP), major renovations and expansion of facilities have been well underway.
GAMB Phase II/View looking North near Admin Building
Workforce Development Center
Emerging Technology Expansion
Central Plant Phase I & Phase II
General Academic/
Music Building Phase II

Executive Summary

On July 8, 2014, the Del Mar College Board of Regents voted to authorize a bond referendum for November 4, 2014. The bond referendum, authorized $157,000,000 of capital improvements for the East and West Campuses of the College. This website outlines the major projects, budgets and schedules for the 2014 Capital Improvements Program. All elements of this plan are subject to change based upon the priorities of the College. Additionally, the scope and schedule of each project is subject to approval by the Board of Regents.

Process

The College engaged community leaders Dr. Robert Furgason, Dr. Linda Villarreal and Dr. Victor Trevino in developing and advocating for this bond project. Town Hall meetings and briefings for civic and service organizations helped mold the bond proposal.

Additional Projects

Projects undertaken during the 2014 Capital Improvement cycle, but were not part of the 2014 Bond.

Progress

The $157 million bond proposal was approved by 60% of College District voters. Work began immediately to select architects, design and begin construction on major facilities on the East and West Campuses.

DMC Construction Timelapse 2017-2018

New Construction

General Academic/Music Building Phase II
Workforce Development Center
Emerging Technology Expansion

Renovations

Central Plant Phase I & Phase II

Campus Infrastructure

Future Projects
Parking Information
Videos

Administration

Bond Documents

Public View Cameras

East Campus
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West Campus
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