Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District selected Gafcon in 2003 to manage the Prop R bond program ($207M) and again in 2014 to manage the Prop V bond program ($398M). Both of these programs will transform Grossmont Community College and Cuyamaca Community College into state-of-the-art campuses for higher learning.
Under the Prop R bond program, Gafcon oversaw the successful completion of 41 projects and infrastructure improvements district-wide. The Prop R bond program received spotless audits with no findings of errors, and was named a “Golden Watchdog Finalist” four times by the San Diego Taxpayers Association for proper expenditure and project performance. Gafcon’s team worked closely with the District to develop Design Standards, the Facilities Master Plan and bond website to facilitate up-to-date progress reporting to the Oversight Committee, District and the community.
For the new bond program started in 2014, Gafcon implemented the use of Primavera Unifier, a web-based project portfolio and facility management lifecycle tool. Unifier allows the District and program leadership to easily monitor the status of projects down to the lowest level of detail in the work breakdown structure.