Santa Rosa Campus

Completed Projects


Burbank Theatre Restoration

The renovation of the Luther Burbank Auditorium, now nearly 80 years old, was the first major capital improvement project of the District’s Measure H bond. The $28,000,000 project  was completed in December 2019 and included complete renovation of the interior of the original main auditorium to a new 400-seat auditorium, with improved sight lines and full ADA access. Improvements to back-of-house production spaces include a renovated prop shop and full costume production facility, in addition to two new classrooms. The project includes a new “Studio Theater,” a multi-function flexible space that will be used as a 200-seat teaching classroom, a black box theater, and a movie theater. The exterior shell of the building has been preserved, but the interior spaces are completely modern, allowing the theater faculty more flexibility in the types of programs they offer. The overhead lighting and audio-visual equipment is state-of-the-art and built to match the standards that SRJC students will expect to find when they work in the industry. 

The project was designed by the award-winning architecture firm Mark Cavagnero Associates, with theater consulting provided by the Shalleck Group. Local firm TLCD Architecture served as the Executive Architect for the project, with Wright Contracting from Santa Rosa as the General Contractor. Harris and Associates provided construction management services.

Jeff Kunde Hall

Jeff Kunde Hall is the first phase in a multi-year development and construction process that will culminate with the building of a new science center for STEM education.  Jeff Kunde Hall includes permanent math faculty offices, eleven classrooms and four computer labs, which will be occupied temporarily by the displaced math, engineering and applied technology programs, while construction on the permanent science center is underway.  Construction of the building started in October 2018 and was completed in August 2019.  The buildings include permanent math faculty offices, eleven classrooms and four computer labs. These spaces are temporarily occupied by the displaced math, engineering and applied technology programs while construction on the permanent science center is underway.

Kinesiology, Athletics & Dance Facilities Project, Phase 1

Construction of the renovation of the football field and track started on April 2019. The football field was completed in December of 2019. The track will be completed by summer 2020. As part of Phase 2 this project includes a new fieldhouse, to be constructed at the south end of Bailey Field which will house locker rooms for football, women track and field, and men’s track and field. Coaches’ offices will be provided at the upper level along with an outdoor roof terrace. New bleachers with integral press box will be provided on the west side of Bailey Field.

Peter W. Bussman Hall Renovation (New Human Resources Offices)

Due to plans to demolish the Lucius L. Button Building, construction was completed on the south portion of Bussman Hall to house the Human Resources Department.

Emeritus Hall Security Project

This projects kicks off the districtwide security enhancement project. The new electronic door hardware allows District Police to automatically lock entrance to all exterior doors in case of emergency. Interior doors are also equipped with upgraded locking mechanisms to allow manual locking under emergency situations.


Projects in Construction


Lindley Center for STEM

This project design was approved by the Division of the State Architect (DSA) in March 2019. The new 100,000-square-foot STEM building will replace the college’s existing science and math buildings, W.W. Shuhaw Hall and George Bech Hall, with a modern science facility. The project groundbreaking is expected to take place in June 2020 with construction completion anticipated in fall 2023.

Camera on Bussman Hall facing west

Camera on Kunde Hall facing south

Peter W. Bussman Hall Data Center Upgrades and Fiber Loop Upgrade

The construction of the Santa Rosa campus fiber-ring will complete the 10 gigabit network upgrade that began in 2015. The $6 million total project includes a $2 million upgrade of the network core equipment, $2 million in network edge equipment, and $1 million for new firewalls and UPS equipment. The completion of the fiber-ring will coincide with the downsizing of the campus datacenter for energy efficiency and is part of the overall District Sustainability plan. The completed fiber-ring project will improve both the bandwidth and resiliency of the campus network backbone, has a life expectancy and warranty of 20 years, and will complement the $6 million upgrade of the Santa Rosa campus data network.

Roof Replacement and Repair

  1. Pioneer Hall
  2. Christine Pedroncelli Center
  3. Facilities and Operations Warehouse, Santa Rosa
  4. John M. Jacobs Hall, Petaluma
    1. Building 600
    2. Buildings 100/200
    3. Clock tower
  5. Building 500, Shooting Range, Public Safety Training Center (including HVAC improvements)
  6. Shone Farm, Porter Barn


Projects in Design


Kinesiology, Athletics & Dance Renovations, Phase 2

New baseball, soccer and softball fields will be provided as part of Phase 2. In addition, a new aquatics center will be constructed adjacent to Quinn Center. This aquatic center will include a new 52-meter pool. The facility will include spectator seating as well as renovations to Quinn Center, which will include new coaches’ offices and upgrades to existing restrooms. The design for this project was approvedby the Division of State Architect in October 2020. Construction is forecasted to begin in the spring 2021.

New Foundation Building

This new single story office building will provide offices, meeting rooms and event space for the SRJC Foundation.  The new facility will be located at 707 Elliott Ave.

Baker Hall Laboratory

The Baker Hall Lab renovation includes renovation of the Life Sciences lab and classroom, addition of four exterior rain screens, new exterior wood doors, new cedar sitting benches and AV upgrades of projectors and screens in 13 classrooms. The project will also add new cabinets, flooring, painting, walk in freezer and upgrades to the plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems.