Capital Projects

Rose Mesec
Capital Projects Manager
Phone: 425.640.1420
Email: rose.mesec@edcc.edu

Stephanie Teachman
Director of Facilities and Capital Projects
Phone: 425.640.1495
Email: stephanie.teachman@edcc.edu


Brier Student Diversity Center: Completed mid-September 2017

The Brier Student Diversity Center has expanded into its new home. The Diversity Center is in the newly remodeled space that formerly housed the game room. The Diversity Center includes reflection room and sitting areas The game room is now in its own newly remodeled space on the second floor. It is over 1,100 square feet and includes pool tables, computer stations, TV monitors, sitting and gaming areas. A third potential space addition is a lounge that will be built by enclosing the second floor deck area near the new game room.

Duplex Parking Lot: Completed mid-November 2017

This is the first phase that begins the Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Building project. This phase of the project focused on the removal of the Pilchuck and Glacier buildings and the reconfiguration of Parking Lot E. This project added parking spaces to compensate for parking that will be lost near the new building site.

Relocatable Building H demolition: Dec 2017

Demolition of the Relocatable Building H that once housed the CIT program will take place over the Winter break.


Siding repairs and repaint north campus buildings: Dec 2017 to March 2018

Project will be done it two phases with stucco repairs and repaint on Clearview and Malby scheduled for this fall and siding repairs and repaint on Cedar and Olympic buildings scheduled in the spring.

SET Building - Legislative funding delayed. Project schedule to be determined when funding approved.

The Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Building is an exciting new student and faculty space that is coming to campus! The SET building is a three story building of nearly 70,000 square feet that will be situated at the north side of Mountlake Terrace. It will house several student study programs plus faculty offices. After the first phase, mentioned above, the second phase is the site work that will take place in the area north of Mountlake Terrace to get everything ready for the new building. Next is the key phase of constructing the building itself. Lastly the project will finish with more site and parking lot work.

Clearview building envelope repairs – Legislative funding delayed. Project schedule to be determined when funding approved.

Work will include sealing windows and stucco repairs to the south side of the Clearview Building.

2016 Master Plan