Tag: construction

Traffic alert: Traffic on Ramona Drive may be affected by construction

Posted: May 19, 2015 | Written by: Crystal Olmedo The construction of the new Student Services and Administration Building is still underway. There will be semi-trucks entering and leaving the construction site via the Ramona Drive construction entrance delivering structural steel May 18 – 22, according to RCC Business Services. There is a possibility that

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RCC prepares for cement trucks as construction continues

Posted: May 5, 2015 | Written by Tyler Reese Construction vehicles guided by flagmen entered and left the Riverside City College construction site for the new Student Services building on May 5, via Ramona drive. Cement trucks will enter and leave the college using Ramona drive while guided by flagmen to and from the construction

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VIDEO: Riverside City College parking lot closed as construction begins

Riverside City College waited until the start of finals week to close Parking Lot B, located in front of the Math and Science building, due to the construction process on the students services building. The parking lot will be closed from Dec. 8, 2014 through April 2016.

Centennial Plaza wins award for design while still in construction

Oct. 3, 2014 Photo by John Villanueva | Staff Photographer Article by Lawrence Manns | Staff Writer On University Avenue and Market Street, across the street from the downtown Riverside bus terminal, there are builders working around the clock. Day in and day out, they continue to work, expanding Centennial Plaza, home of the Riverside City College Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties,

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RCC Upgrades Campus Bathrooms to Reach Code Compliance

Josa Lamont |News Editor American Disabilities Act (ADA ) compliance issues are in the process of being removed from Riverside City College bathrooms. Construction is expected to continue through Nov. 18 to remove barriers and bring existing bathrooms to current code regulations. The parking lots are also being expanded to reach current code requirements and accommodate more staff and students. The finished product

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