This is what Harmony West will look like when it's finished:
- Three floors, 43,634 square feet
- Eight classrooms
- One large classroom with ability to partition to two classrooms
- Chemistry lab and biology lab with lab preparation space
- Two computer labs
- A multipurpose space/community event space
- Lobby, informal learning spaces
- Support spaces: restrooms, furniture storage, conference room, faculty workroom, etc.
- Project cost estimated at $16 million
Harmony West will allow CCC to continue to grow its Health Science, workforce development and general education offerings on the Harmony Community Campus. Students will now be able to start and complete a number of academic career pathways at this location.
The $21.7-million project, which will be completed in the fall of 2017, is funded through a voter-approved bond as well as an $8 million match from the state of Oregon.
Harmony West replaces the 61-year-old former OIT/Dale Ickes Junior High building with an updated workforce development and training facility. The new building will be three floors and total 43,634 square feet, featuring classrooms, labs, community event space and a bookstore.
The project is enrolled in the Energy Trust of Oregon’s Path to Net Zero Program, investigating smart, sustainable solutions for energy efficiency. It is designed to perform beyond the Oregon Energy Code requirements to meet carbon reduction, The 2030 Challenge, which challenges all new buildings be carbon-neutral by 2030.
This building is the first of five bond-funded projects at Clackamas Community College. Voters approved a $90-million bond measure in November 2014 to expand opportunities for students and to increase the skilled workforce in the community. Passage of the bond also resulted in CCC receiving $8 million in state matching funds for this project.
- The former OIT building used to be the Dale Ickes Junior High School, built in 1955.
- Harmony West is enrolled in the Energy Trust of Oregon's Path to Net Zero Program, investigating smart, sustainable solutions for energy efficiency.
- Harmony West is being designed to perform beyond Oregon Energy Code requirements to meet carbon reduction, The 2030 Challenge, which challenges all new buildings and major renovations be carbon-neutral by 2030.
- The 2,500-square-foot community room is designed to serve large banquets or divide to create two additional classroom spaces. The community room is designed to open to south lawn and expand the venue to the outdoors.
- The reclaimed wood salvaged during demolition of the OIT building was sent to Japan to be used for wood countertops and tables.
- The "Marching Women" sculpture - currently located in Randall Hall on the Oregon City campus - will be moved to the Harmony West lobby.
In 2009, the Harmony Community Campus steering committee published the Harmony Community Campus Conceptual Master Plan. This plan has informed the development of Campus projects since then.
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