The LACCD and its Built Environment

The LACCD (Los Angeles Community College District) is the largest community college district in the United States. It consists of nine colleges that offer low-cost education. It covers an area of more than 882 square miles and serves 36 cities.

  • It has completed 723 construction projects funded by $9.5 Million in bonds approved by Los Angeles voters in:
  • 2001 (Proposition A: $1.245 billion)
  • 2003 (Proposition AA: $980 million)
  • 2008 (Measure J: $3.5 billion)
  • 2016 (Measure CC: $3.3 billion)
  • State funds, and other sources.
  • It expects to  complete a total of 1175 construction projects with the available funding.

The LACCD is a leader in environmentally responsible construction. It has been granted a number of awards in the fields of sustainability, management, design, and more.

    leaders in architecture.pngLeaders in Architecture

    LAVC, Monarch Center / Student Union: Award of Excellence: Community College Facility Coalition, Growth category (November 15, 2016). Team Award, Educational Facilities: Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) 2016 Design-Build Project

    Award of Merit: Engineering News Record (ENR) California's Best Projects, Higher Education/Research\


    solar energy projects.jpgSolar Energy Projects

    Solar PV Systems Size across our 9 campuses
    consist a total of 10,680.6kw systems size.

    15% Districtwide electricity-use provided by on-site generation






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    Storm Water Projects

    Storm Water $100 million to capture
    first inch of rainwater per campus







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