Project updates

Construction Zone Update

 

Campus map lots 1, 2, 3, 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Campus Map - Alternate routes

from lots 1, 2, 3, 4

Construction zone alternate routes from lots 5, 6

 

 

 

 

 

 



Campus Map - Alternate routes

from lots 5, 6

Campus map lots 7, 8, 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Campus Map - Alternate routes

from lots 7, 8, 9

Campus Map print version

 

 

 

 

 

 



Campus Map - Alternate routes

printable pdf - letter size

 

CONSTRUCTION ZONE may cause DELAYS 

The construction fencing may significantly impact how our staff and students get around campus.

Construction fences circle around what used to be the cafeteria and surrounding areas - blocking off many of the paths you may have been accustomed to taking. Please review the maps above and plan your route.

If you are going to the Student Services Center, Book Center, or Math building it would be best to park in lots 1 or 7. If you are going to the Student Union, Performing Arts Center, or Art Building, park in lot 8.

If you need mobility assistance, please call 925-969-2173. We apologize for the inconvenience. The improvements that are taking place that will make our campus more beautiful, functional, and sustainable.

About the project

The Commons Project has been made possible by Contra Costa County voters through Bond Measure A passed in 2006. No program or state funds will be used in the construction of this project. This $52 million dollar project consists of 86,000 square feet of new buildings and approximately three and a half acres of a newly developed Commons area.

 


Keeping your eye on the commons construction project just got easier!

You now have a bird's eye view of everything that is happening without leaving the comfort of your office!

Introducing the Commons Project web cam!

oxblue.com/pro/open/Flintco/DVCStudentServices

(for help using the web cam interface, please visit oxblue.com/help/)

And it gets even better! There's a free iPhone/iPad app! Just search for OxBlue in the app store and never miss any of the action!


The Commons Project map shows the construction zones. Please study the map and familiarize yourself with alternative routes to get where you need to go. Signs are posted at all the obstructed major pathways showing alternative routes.