Facilities & Sustainability Committee

About the Committee

Goals

Provide communication to the campus community about new, ongoing and future facilities projects and planning.

Charge/Scope/Committees

To review and/or provide recommendations for new and improved facilities and infrastructure improvements to enhance current and future learning environments for students, community, faculty, and staff to the College Council.

The Facilities & Sustainability Committee is split into two sub-committees: Operational Committee and New Construction Committee.  

The Operational Sub-Committee scope is to look at the day-to-day operation of the campus and the facilities

The New Construction Sub-Committee scope is to look at all new construction projects and implications on facilities.

Scope

Serves to provide the President with a venue for reviewing on-going and proposed projects that impact the physical campus plants and facilities.

Role/Purpose

To review an/or provide recommendations for new and improves facilities and infrastructure improvements to enhance current and infrastructure improvements and future learning environments for students, community, faculty and staff to the College Council.

Other Information

This committee communicates with:


Members

Co-Chairs: 

Administrative Co-Chair: Bill Potter, william.potter@bakersfieldcollege.edu
Faculty Co-Chair: Pam Kelley, pkelley@bakersfieldcollege.edu
 

Administrative Support: Dalia Garcia, dalia.garcia@bakersfieldcollege.edu

 Operational & Construction Committee

 

Meeting Calendar for 2017-2018:

Wednesday 1-2:00pm 

Special Meeting: August 23rd 1:00-2:00pm

Fall 2017September 6th, October 4th, November 1st, December 6th

Spring 2018: February 7th, March 7th, April 4th, May 2nd

Operational & Constructional Committee Meetings will be held in Levinson 40

 


Bond Information

 

Committee History

In February 2017, to address the needs of the college - the Facilities & Sustainability Committee was split into two working sub-committees: Operational Sub-Committee and New Construction Committee.  The representatives were split between the two groups.