Campus Center Advisory Board

Meeting Notes - April 29, 2019

Review purpose

The Campus Center Advisory Board purpose was reviewed. The main purpose is to bring things about the Campus Center building and to decide collectively as a group how to move those items forward.

Review and Approve Notes from January 28, 2019

The notes from January 28, 2019 were approved.

FF&E Updates

  • The Office of College Life and associated offices, the Club Room and the ICC space update will begin in August. Items to be updated will include paint, floor waxing, and installation of new furniture. Tentative furniture installation is scheduled to take place August 20-28.
  • The student lactation room has been painted, new flooring has been installed and new furniture will be installed on May 6. The room name, procedures and schedule will be managed by the Student Development Department.

Hand Dryer Update

DASB Chair of Environmental Sustainability, Takuto Ueda presented to the group at the January 28, 2019 meeting the advantages of installing air hand dryers in the restrooms. The Campus Center upper restrooms are one of the busiest and have an adequate power supply to accommodate an additional hand dryer. Pricing of the dryers will be reviewed with Dyson. The intent is to have the dryers installed in the Campus Center by Fall Quarter.

Crest Award

De Anza College is the recipient of the 2019 City of Cupertino Crest Award. Crest stands for Cupertino Recognizes Extra Steps Taken and honors the outstanding contributions of the Cupertino community. De Anza College has been named this year’s sustainability champion. The award ceremony and reception will take place on May 30, 2019 at the Cupertino Community Hall and is free to the public.

In addition to the good news about the Crest Award, De Anza College has also been re-certified as a Green Business by the City of Cupertino.

Project updates/Quick news

  • The LED lighting project is ongoing and should be done by the middle of June.
  • ATC cooling tower replacement is underway. The cooling towers cool several buildings in the immediate area. There is a temporary chiller is in place between RSS and ATC. This project is scheduled for completion by the middle of June.
  • CDC playground project is currently in progress.
  • Pool doors and gates replacement should be awarded before the end of June.
  • District standardization of the locks is on the board agenda.
  • EV Charging stations –update since the last meeting:

Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) awarded a grant for $500,000. The District has reviewed the documents, made some edits and it has been sent back to BAAQMD for additional review. A schedule will be determined after the grant is signed.

Present: Asai, DaSilva, Gannon, Grey, Hua, Iranmanesh, Liu, Lockwood, Robles, Yumori-Kaku

Notes: Gore

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