Public Radio Station
The Scariest Sound is Silence
One would think that silence during construction would not be a concern for a client, but for those working at the public radio station it was going to be their biggest concern. With BRJ on board, program managers took precaution to carefully schedule the relocation of massive antennas to a new antenna farm. While “dead air” was unavoidable with the relocation of the broadcasting system and equipment, the work was coordinated and phased to have minimal impact to normal broadcasts.
The construction of a single new building including site utilities/infrastructure, landscaping, and site paving. The new construction will be a media broadcasting center as well as an education building that includes studios, program stage areas, assembly area, meeting rooms, library/tutoring rooms and offices.
BRJ’s project role
Planners, Program and Project Managers
Project completion date
Program Manager: Kitchell/BRJ
Project Manager: Kitchell/BRJ
Construction Manager: Tilden-Coil Contractors
Architect: NTD Architects
Agency: Division of State Architect (DSA)
ClientValley College San Bernardino Community College San Bernardino, CA