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                                                           Gain back the physical laboratory
                                                           training space that was lost when forced
                                                           to relocate from the Technology Building
                                                           to LAC. Provide offices in the assigned
9. Deliver programs and services that                      work area as they were in the
demonstrate a commitment to learner-centered               Technology Building prior to moving to
education and training and institutional                   LAC. Provide adequate and secure
effectiveness through continuous process                   storage space for valuable training
improvement.                                 MET 1a        equipment.




                                                           Develop new Water and Wastewater
                                                           Treatment classes, and expand the
                                                           current Water and Wastewater
5. Revise or develop new courses, programs                 Treatment Operator Career Certificate
and services based on assessment of emerging               to meet industry and community
community needs.                             MET 1b        technician training needs.
9. Deliver programs and services that
demonstrate a commitment to learner-centered
education and training and institutional                   Purchase new Olympus CX41 Phase
effectiveness through continuous process                   Microscope to examine bacteria and
improvement.                                 MET 1c        protozoan in detail.
                                                      Develop new Building Commissioning
                                                      classes, and a Building Commissioning
                                                      Career Certificate to meet industry and
                                                      community technician training needs
                                                      related to new and existing facility
                                                      equipment design and management to
5. Revise or develop new courses, programs            meet equipment manufacturers design
and services based on assessment of emerging          criteria for maximum efficiency, comfort,
community needs.                             MET 1d   and longevity.

                                                      Seek budget increase to address
                                                      current and future equipment, material
                                                      and maintenance needs. Costs have
                                                      increased 300% over the last 10 years
                                                      and the current base budget is less than
                                                      it was 10 years ago. This is obviously a
                                                      major issue. Cutting classes and
                                                      reducing the quality of instruction the
9. Deliver programs and services that                 students receive does not meet the
demonstrate a commitment to learner-centered          goals and objectives of SCC or LRCCD
education and training and institutional              and certainly does not meet community
effectiveness through continuous process              workforce education, training, and
improvement.                                 MET 1e   development needs.
9. Deliver programs and services that                 Purchase new Wind Energy system to
demonstrate a commitment to learner-centered          provide hands-on operation,
education and training and institutional              maintenance and troubleshooting
effectiveness through continuous process              related to renewable and sustainable
improvement.                                 MET 2c   energy systems.
                                                      Design and incorporate a state-of-the-art
                                                      equipment maintenance and
                                                      management program for all of the
5. Revise or develop new courses, programs            training equipment in the MET program.
and services based on assessment of emerging          This falls under the LRCCD Greenforce
community needs.                             MET 2d   initiative.
9. Deliver programs and services that
demonstrate a commitment to learner-centered
education and training and institutional              Improve appearance, cleanliness, and
effectiveness through continuous process              illumination in LAC 09, 10 MET student
improvement.                                 MET 7    lab by painting concrete floors and walls.




                                           MET1a




                                           MET1a
    Outcome Measures                           Description




Student completion rate,
student satisfaction survey,
student employment survey, Cost to be determined by type of facility
employer satisfaction survey, modifications needed to meet instructional
instructor satisfaction survey. objectives.




                              A. Hampden H-6518 Aerobic Digester. B.
                              Hampden H-6515 Anaerobic Digester. C.
                              Hampden H-6517 Aeration Demonstrator. D.
                              Hampden H-6529 Flocculation Test Unit. E.
                              Hampden H-6519 Permeability Fluidization
                              Studies Trainer. F. Hampden H-6516 Ion
                              Exchange Demonstrator. G. Hampden H-6528
                              Filterability Index Unit. H. Hampden H-6520
                              Infiltration Demonstrator. I. Hampden H-6809
                              Solid Handling Investigation Bench. J.
                              Hampden H-6524 Mobile Bed and Flow
                              Visualization Tank Demonstrator. K. Hampden
                              H-6505 Reverse Osmosis Demonstrator. L.
                              Hampden H-Sedimentation Studies Trainer.
                              M. Hampden H-6521 Model Sedimentating
Student career placement      Tank. N. Hampden H-6523A Sediment
and employer feedback.        Transport Channel Demonstrator.



Student career placement
and employer feedback.        Olympus CX41 System Microscope,
                           Air Duct Pressure Test and Air and Water
                           Balance laboratory, Building Automation
                           Systems, Pneumatics, and Programmable
Student career placement   Logic Controllers laboratory, physical training
and employer feedback.     and storage space.




Meet community workforce   Allow the department to continue providing a
education, training, and   quality workforce that is necessary to meet
development needs.         community needs.



Student career placement
and employer feedback.
                           System model depends on training space
                           provided.
Reduce energy consumption Program type will depend on the amount of
and extend the life of the equipment and type of facility to be managed.
equipment. Expand the        Solmetric SunEye solar shade prediction tool,
understanding and          Solar Pathfinder with assistant software, and
importance for maintenance laptop computer.
to the students.




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                                                                          Facility
                                                                IT
                        Rationale                                                                                       Nature of Request




We now have only two laboratories in the LAC Building. We
had four in the technology building. The total square footage
has been reduced by over 30%. We currently are turning new
students away because our classes are full. Also, due to
limited space, we cannot offer all of our classes each
semester as we have in the past. This extends the amount of
time a student must be in the program to earn a career
certificate. This is discouraging for the students and often
they do not complete their career certificate. The Air and
Water Balance laboratory was demolished and not replaced
in the LAC Building. The laboratory and equipment for the
Active Photovoltaic Electrical Absorption System with Battery
Storage Station, and the Active Solar Hot Water Absorption
System with Thermal Storage and Fan Coil unit was
demolished and not replaced in the LAC Building. The water
source heat pump system was demolished and not replaced                                                               Maintenance of
in the LAC Building. (Continued below)                               0X                               0             0 Effort (MOE)




Along with the Biology and Chemistry department, design
and develop a new state-of-the-art Water and Wastewater
Treatment laboratory. Physical training and storage space is
critical to the success of the these new classes, Career
Certificates and Associate in Science degrees. This also
meets the needs of the LRCCD Greenforce Initiative as well
as the EPA environmental impact regulations related to water
and wastewater usage and discharge.                                  0X                               0             0
The microscope will be used in the new Microbiology and
chemistry Water and Wastewater Treatment courses as part
of the MET Career Certificate and MET Associate in Science
Degree. This microscope will be shared by the three
departments.                                                         0               0                0             0
Replace the Air Duct Pressure Test and Air and Water
Balance laboratory that was lost when forced to move to the
LAC facility to meet energy management training needs.
Develop a Building Automation Systems, Pneumatics, and
Programmable Logic Controllers laboratory to meet energy
management training needs. Physical training and storage
space is critical to the success of the these new classes,
Career Certificates and Associate in Science degrees. This
also meets the needs of the LRCCD Greenforce Initiative as
well as the statewide energy management goals of the
Department of Energy.                                           X       X       0   0




Costs have increased 300% over the last 10 years and the
current base budget is less than it was 10 years ago. This is
obviously a major issue. Cutting classes and reducing the
quality of instruction the students receive does not meet the
goals and objectives of SCC or LRCCD and certainly does
not meet community workforce education, training, and
development needs.                                                  0       0   0   0




                                                                    0X          0   0
  Provide Wind Energy system hands-on operation,
maintenance and troubleshooting training related to
renewable and sustainable energy equipment. This also
meets the needs of the LRCCD Greenforce Initiative as well
as the Energy Management goals of the Department of
Energy.
  To effectively manage and reduce energy consumption of
the equipment used in the MET department and to train
students how to properly operate and manage a facility. This
falls under the LRCCD Greenforce initiative.
  This tool is needed for site analysis of photovoltaic solar
systems. This meets the needs of the LRCCD Greenforce
Initiative as well as the statewide energy management goals
of the Department of Energy.
                                                                  0   0   0   0




                                                                  0   0   0   0


(continued from above) Currently the instructors must leave
the work area in the LAC Building to go to offices in another
building. The faculty offices are located in a secure area that
is not accessible to students. This makes it difficult for
students when they need assistance and cannot find the
instructors and difficult on the instructors when they are
forced to work out of two areas. This is a technical program.
The instructors need to be in their work area. (continued                         Maintenance of
below)                                                                            Effort (MOE)


(continued from above) Provide adequate storage space for
training equipment. Adequate storage area was not provided
in the LAC Building as it was in the Technology Building for
equipment used in training the students. Much of the
equipment must be left out in the laboratory area and takes
up valuable training space. The new $50,000 walk-in
commercial refrigeration-freezer system is currently used to
store valuable computerized training equipment. During the
refrigeration classes this equipment must be removed to
prevent moisture damage. The equipment takes up space in
the laboratory during this time and impedes student progress.
This discourages the students and makes the class difficult
on the instructors. Some valuable equipment must be left
outside and is being damaged by the weather. This is an
ongoing problem that does not allow us to meet district and                       Maintenance of
community needs.                                                                  Effort (MOE)
                                                          Amount
                                         Total Project Requested from
Type     Unit Cost       Hours/ Quantity                                  Dept.
                                             Cost         Budget
                                                         Committee




                                                                        MET




       A. $20,479
       B. $21,435
       C. $19,879
       D. $5,958
       E. $6,914
       F. $16,723
       G. $10,610
       H. $4,928
       I. $35,714
       J. $52,904
       K. $26,254
       L. $5,453
       M. $21,767
       N. $20,197                         #VALUE!                       MET




             $6,400.00                              $0                  MET
$37,000.00   $0   MET




 $5,000.00   $0   MET




             $0   MET
18000
14,000
3,300    $0   MET




         $0   MET
                              Dept            Div            CSA          Budget
     Div.        CSA
                             Priority       Priority        Priority     Committee




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