Harbor College

Los Angeles Harbor College’s educational programs and support services meet the needs of the diverse communities within the South Bay and the adjacent communities of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Port of Long Beach, and the cities of Torrance, Carson and Gardena. Student Success, Excellence, Integrity, A Supportive Environment, Personal and Institutional Accountability, and Civic Responsibility are part the institute's core values. LAHC presents a broad range of programs geared toward helping students prepare themselves for life in the 21st Century and offering a variety of programs and services to help its students achieve life goals.



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Student Union

2019- Student Union

Student Union

The Student Union is a 2-level, 59,000 square foot building serving as the future home to the Culinary Arts program and will centralize all the student life programs offered by the college.

New Child Development Center

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New Child Development Center

The new Child Development Center is a single story facility that will bring together in one location the diverse elements that comprise an instructional childhood education facility.


Active Projects




Sub Project Number Sub Project Title % Complete Academic Occupancy Date Progress Summary
03H-350.03 S.A.I.L.S-Infrastr/Land & Hardscape/Security 99% 07/20/21 Construction in progress
03H-350.17
Relocation of Data Center to Student Union Bldg.
94%
07/12/21 Construction in Progress

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* Only active projects are listed above. Projects in closeout and those considered 40J (i.e. ADA, Stormwater, etc) are not included above.




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Small Contractor Boot Camp Oct 2021-2
OCTOBER 19, 2021

Small Contractor Boot Camp - October 19, 21, 26, 28, 2021

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) Small Contractor Boot Camp is a four-session program designed specifically for small contractors to improve their competitive bidding capacity. Through a comprehensive, hands-on curriculum, small contractors will learn more about the pre-qualification process for the Pre-Qualified Service Provider (PQSP) bench contracts for projects ranging from $25K - $5M, how to bid for work, and successfully execute BuildLACCD construction projects. Curriculum Includes: • Qualifying for Pre-Qualified Service Provider Bench • Bonding & Certification • Access to Capital • Estimating • Scheduling • Sustainability • Safety • Labor Compliance • Project Labor Agreement (PLA) Requirements • Local Worker Hire Program LACCD’s $9.6 billion building program seeks to modernize and renovate projects throughout its nine colleges. The Board of Trustees established a 30% Local, Small, Emerging, and Disabled Veteran (LSEDV) participation goal for all BuildLACCD contracts. This provides numerous opportunities for LSEDV contractors, as the most recent voter-approved Measure CC kicks into high gear.

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AUGUST 25, 2021

Small Contractor Opportunity Forum - August 25, 2021

Join us to learn how you can pre-qualify to work on projects specifically designed for small and/or local contractors with a B or C License. Job Order Contracts (JOC) are small projects valued under $1 million Pre-qualified Service Provider (PQSP) are projects valued from $25K - $5M Small Business Certifications* from a Federal or California public agency accepted The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) $9.6 billion capital improvement program seeks to modernize and renovate the nine colleges and two satellite campuses. Since 2001, BuildLACCD has constructed new and renovated academic buildings, libraries, laboratories, sports facilities, arts complexes, administrative buildings, child development centers, central energy plants and implemented renewable energy projects. The Board of Trustees established a 30% Local, Small, Emerging, Disabled Board Veteran (LSEDV) participation goal for all contracts to ensure contracting opportunities for all.

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