Monterey Peninsula Community College District utilizes bond program to achieve ambitious institutional goals

Project Highlights

  • $230,000,000 Measure V bond measure was passed in November 2020 to continue providing high-quality, affordable education, and job training to local students
  • Bond supports three existing campuses including the main Monterey Peninsula College, Marina Education Center, and Seaside as well as adding a fourth new campus

Monterey Peninsula Community College District

Program Management Services

Monterey Peninsula Community College District (MPCCD) is located just a couple of miles off the stunning Monterey Bay of the Central Coast and has served the community for over 70 years. MPCCD has four institutional goals for the years 2020-2025 which include excellence in education, completion culture, innovative environments, and campus community. In order to achieve these ambitious goals, numerous upgrades are slated for career training facilities, classrooms, and technology to give students the tools they need.

In addition to the current facility needs, MPCCD has developed a Facilities Technology Master Plan (FTMP) which provides a blueprint for the facilities and technology required to fully implement their Educational Master Plan (EMP) for each campus location.

Brailsford & Dunlavey (B&D) was hired in Fall 2021 to lead program management efforts for the Measure V bond program and to implement the FTMP, EMP, and district institutional goals. The B&D team is actively working with essential stakeholders and constituents including advisory groups, facility and technology committees, faculty, students, and administrators to develop a master budget and schedule as well as develop a Measure V bond website, procure professional services, develop district standards, and several other bond related activities.