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Wendell Cutting Science & Mathematics Center
      Square Feet:
      Project Budget:
      Construction Duration:
      Funding Source:
$25.1 Million
Summer 2004 - Spring 2005
Proposition R
      When Cuyamaca College’s Business & Technology Building opened January 2010, the first floor
      of the Science and Technology Center was converted to a Math and Science Study Center. Now
      the STEM Achievement Center, it is a resource for students seeking individual help in science,
      technology, engineering and mathematics, as well as a place for group study. Instructors and
      student tutors provide help at the center, which has 36 computers and offers access to learning
      tools such as computer tutorial programs and graphing calculators. Initially opened as a science
      and technology center, the facility was remodeled and reopened in spring 2010 when the
      computer information science and graphic arts departments moved out of the facility and into
      their new home in the Business & Technology building. The math department moved into the
      vacated space.

      Project Team:
  • Architect: Spencer/Hoskins Associates
  • Construction Manager: Rudolph & Sletten, Inc.
  • Program Manager: Joe Minner, Gafcon, Inc.
  • Senior Project Manager: Erik Reuter, Gafcon, Inc.
  • Project Manager: Aaron Golde, Gafcon, Inc.
  • Proposition R & V Program Manager: Gafcon, Inc.