Compton Community College District breaks ground for Infrastructure Upgrade Project
The Compton Community College District recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for phase 1 of the infrastructure replacement project on the district grounds at 1111 E. Artesia Blvd. The utility infrastructure replacement project involves improvements at the southern half of the campus and the central plant. Upgrades will include new security (code blue) and fire alarm systems; data and communications technology; campus lighting for parking lots, pedestrian walkways, open spaces and the stadium; sewer and storm drainage; as well as natural gas, electrical and fire and potable water distribution. All exterior lighting will be LED fixtures with individual controllers. Phase 1 also includes a new 2,000 ton energy efficient central plant. In above photo, the groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Special Trustee Thomas Henry, CCCD interim CEO Keith Curry and members of the CCCD Board of Trustees.
Photo courtesy of El Camino Community College Compton Center
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