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Draftsmen & Craftsmen

10/08/18

Construction has been completed on California State University, San Bernardino’s (CSUSB) new $78 mil, 152.6k sf student housing and dining commons. Located at 5500 University Pkwy, the 407-bed student housing complex and 750-seat dining facility provides much-needed accommodations for incoming students and supports the university’s future growth. The project was built by C.W. Driver Companies.

Totaling 107.3k sf, the CSUSB student housing complex is split between two buildings, which range in height from two to four stories and can accommodate residential hall-style double occupancy rooms and shared bathroom facilities. The north wing houses the campus honors program and an administrative suite for housing and residential education. The south wing includes amenities such as a game room, multi-purpose rooms, student lounges, laundry room and a community kitchen in addition to the faculty in residence program.

The 45.4k sf dining facility features full-service and self-serve stations, and three dining rooms for public or private use. Adjacent to the dining area is a 200-seat mezzanine that offers views of the San Bernardino mountains to the north.

The student housing and dining commons are both projected to achieve LEED® Gold certification. Sustainable features include the use of natural light and ventilation, energy-efficient LED lighting with day lighting controls and occupancy sensors, high-efficiency fixtures and appliances, solar panels, energy-efficient mechanical and plumbing systems and low-water landscaping with smart irrigation controllers.

“The Coyote Village and Coyote Commons will be an integral part of our campus for years to come,” said Jennifer Sorenson, associate vice president of facilities planning and management, CSUSB. “This is the first project to be realized from the 2016 Campus Master Plan, a document that serves as the roadmap for the growth of the physical campus. These facilities will help us to serve the students of the future.”

C.W. Driver Companies worked alongside Solomon Cordwell Buenz and KPFF Consulting Engineers on the project. The C.W. Driver Companies project team included David Amundson, project executive; Dave Edwards, senior project manager; Mark Vondran, chief estimator; David Pintar, director of project development and Richard Thurman, senior superintendent.






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