The mission of the Department of Facilities Planning, Design & Construction is to provide effective planning, management, and supervision of all design and construction activities on the Cal Maritime campus and satellite properties. We manage all activities related to the Campus Master Plan, and CSU-funded and campus-funded capital improvement projects (both State and Auxiliary funded) – including contracting, design and construction. We are here to serve the campus community, and will guide and assist you through all the phases of your project, from initial scoping to planning, permitting, project management and construction, through to occupancy.
The Department of Facilities Planning, Design & Construction (FPDC) is here to serve you by providing the following services:
Initial feasibility, establishing requirements, scoping and pricing.
Project contracting, bidding, and award.
Obtaining the necessary approvals for campus capital improvement projects and obtaining building permits.
Project management of all campus capital improvement projects (PM and CM)
Project financial management and business services.
Ensuring projects comply with the California Building Code, CEQA, ADA, State Fire Marshall, DSA and all other local, state and federal regulatory reviews and agencies.
Campus compliance with the policies and procedures of the CSU Chancellor's Office of Capital Planning, Design, and Construction (CPDC).
Generation of the campus's Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
Maintaining and updating the Campus Master Plan.
Development of the annual campus project list.
2020 - Project in Construction New Classrooms
What? New classrooms and IT Support Offices on current location of IT Modular.
Why? Provide Cal Maritime with new 21st century teaching and learning spaces.
What? Faculty Drive is currently sloughing downhill. FPDC is designing a rehabilitation of the roadway to include roadway stabilization, new surfacing, improved lighting and a new pedestrian sidewalk.
Why? Faculty Drive is slightly unstable and no pedestrian sidewalk exists.
2020 - Project in Construction Fire Damage Repairs
What? FPDC is working on repairing the damage caused to the Cal Maritime Campus from the October 27th Glen Cove Fire. This includes the removal of damaged trees which threaten the campus, erosion control measures, demolition of damaged structures, and repair of damaged facilities.
Estimated Completion Summer 2020
2020 - Project in Construction Rizza Auditorium Refresh
What? Cosmetic and acoustic upgrades to Rizza Auditorium, including new stage and auditorium finishes, paint, and carpet.
Why? Improve usability of Rizza through acoustic and cosmetic refurbishment.
Estimated Completion February 2020
2020 - Project in Design Dining Center Patio
What? New exterior patio between the Dining Center and waterfront.
Why? The intent is to provide students with an outdoor space connected to the Dining Center to eat, study, and relax.
When? Estimated Construction Start: Summer 2020
2020 - Project in Design Mayo Hall Renovation & Addition
What? Mayo Hall is Cal Maritime's oldest campus building. The old gym is now being designed for a major gut renovation to create a new student life hub on campus.
Why? To breathe new life into a historic campus building and provide new student life amenities and services.
Estimated Completion Design & Permits: June 2021
Construction: June 2021 - March 2023
Recently Completed Project Harbor Dredging
What? The Cal Maritime Harbor was last dredged in 2010. Since that time it has accumulated excess sediment making harbor navigation difficult. This project dredged the excess sediment for off-site disposal.
Why? Silt accumulation had made some parts of the harbor unnavigatable during low tides. This project dredged over 10,000 cubic yards of sediment from the harbor to support small boat navigation and instruction.
Recently Completed Project Overlook Landscape & Parking Lot I
What? A new landscape area for the campus community above the Upper Residence Hall. The project includes seating, a plaza area, new lighting, a meandering pathway and surface improvements to Lot I.
Why? The project added public space to the campus, improves the overlook area, and adds additional parking supply to the campus.