The Mt. San Antonio Community College (commonly called Mt. SAC) was created in December, 1945 and opened in the fall of 1946 with 635 students and was dedicated in 1948 by then local Congressman Richard M. Nixon. Today it is California’s largest single-campus community college with a combined Credit, Continuing Education, and Community Services enrollment of over 65,000 students; emerging as a leader in education in the State. In 2015 Mt. SAC proudly celebrated 69 years of educational excellence. The college will continue to offer access to quality programs and services as well as provide an environment for educational excellence throughout the 21st Century.
The Athletics Program is one of the most dominant community college athletics programs in the nation. The college has begun the process of transforming its 65-year-old stadium into a state-of-the-art and ADA compliant facility that is bidding to host the 2020 Olympic Track and Field Trials, bringing millions of dollars into the local community.
The $62 million new stadium will feature stadium seating to accommodate 11,000 spectators, which can expand to 25,000. Additionally, the 144,000 square-foot facility will include a field house with locker rooms, two weight rooms, two lecture halls, team rooms, offices, food services, restrooms, a new parking lot, and a digitally-wired press box that can accommodate the global media. The complex will be served by new 12Kv site improvements and will feature a state-of-the-art 50-foot multiple-sport scoreboard and new stadium lighting ranging from 70- to 160-ft.
Daniel’s Electric will work in conjunction with the college and Tilden-Coil Constructors, the Construction Manager for the $12 million electrical portion of the Project.
Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) in Walnut, CA broke ground on its new Business & Computer Complex in October 2015.
Designed to fulfill the academic needs of the school’s Business & Technology programs well into the 21st Century, the 87,000 square-foot complex is comprised of three buildings including new technology-based classrooms, lab-based learning environments and a student-run restaurant. The new complex will bring much-needed space for a wide range of programs including Paralegal Studies, Accounting, Computer Information Systems (CIS), Office Technology, Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management & Interior Design. In addition, the complex will also feature the Language Learning Center and Computer Security Lab.
Daniel’s Electric’s electrical contract was $7.6 million of this $46 million project.
Alvord Unified School District (AUSD) is headquartered in Riverside, Ca.
Alvord School District was established in 1896 & became a “Unified” District in 1960.
Twelve of the District’s twenty-three schools are scheduled to or have projects underway for improvements and new additions.
The Group B Project consists of a new 3,500 square-foot Library building, alterations and additions to the Administration office, and parking lot improvements at Orrenmaa Elementary School. The Project also included a 3,340 square-foot modernization and extension of the Administration Building as well as upgrades to restrooms and parking lot at Collett Elementary School. Scheduled completion Summer 2017.
Daniels Electric was recently awarded the contract for a new project at Mt. San Antonio College. The project consists of 3 stories totaling 22,846 square feet.
Interior spaces include administrative office space, conference rooms, study areas, and a medical treatment facility. Systems provided include both standard and custom lighting. Low voltage lighting control and specialty systems consisting of: digital assistance/recall, audio visual, nurse call, as well as fire alarm and telecommunications.
Exterior improvements include lighting plus additions to Campus Medium voltage and Telecom backbones.
Daniels Electric was awarded the contract on a new 2-story building totaling 50,475 square feet.
This building provides small and large open offices for RCC administrative staff; conference rooms, large assembly/meeting rooms, testing facilities for individuals to large groups, filing and accounting areas, counseling offices, and large public lobbies. Improvements include specialty lighting and low voltage control. Low voltage systems include: fire alarm, access control, audio visual, and telecommunications.
Related site improvements include lighting plus additions to Campus Medium Voltage and Telecom backbones.