COLLEGE | UNIVERSITY
GCC FOUNDATION BUILDING
This mixed-use project was completed in 2012 and achieved LEED Silver Certification. The 21,000SF major renovation contains the campus re, cafe, classrooms, testing labs, and offices. The project is a gateway building that relates to the New Learning Resource Center and frames the main entrance to the Guam Community College.
GCC LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER
The Learning Resource Center is a new Gold LEED certified 20,000 square foot facility at the Guam Community College (GCC). The design intent was to provide an environment that promotes the contemporary concept that college curricula is based on collaborative group interactions instead of the more traditional individual study settings. The Center’s main feature is a double height rotunda space holds Circulation / Service Areas and anchors the facility’s surrounding space.
GCC STUDENT CENTER
The Student Center building is located within the Guam Community College campus in Mangilao, Guam. The two storey building is approximately 21,300 square feet, which comprises of approximately 16,500 square feet of interior space and approximately 4,800 square feet of covered walkways and circulation areas. The three-tiered open Courtyard fronting the building with built-in seating is approximately 6,300 square feet that will compliment the need for a break-out group setting environment. The design of the spaces was generated through collaborative efforts between the faculties, students, and designers.
The facility provides student support programs, services, and activities consistent with its mission that promote student learning and enhance the development of its students that include academic support services, academic advising, admissions, career services, center for civic engagement and student success, computer lab, counseling, tutoring, financial aid, student lounge, and the student Nurses offices, screening and isolation rooms with complete toilet and shower rooms.
GCC BUILDING E
Building E, completed 2015 achieved LEED Gold certification through the application of energy efficient amenities and environmentally responsible design. Building E is approximately 22,600 SF, full renovation of an existing steel structure which provided for a concrete envelope suitable for Guam’s harsh environmental conditions.