By Eric Althoff
IMPERIAL, Calif.—Imperial Valley College is celebrating the renovation of three campus buildings thanks to the work of Erickson-Hall Construction Co. and designer Sanders Inc.
Part of the work entailed replacing the older buildings’ roofing and interior systems. The contractor also worked on acoustic ceilings and other improvements meant to bring the school buildings into a more modern aesthetic and pave the way for later campus improvements. The contractors also had to demolish older building spaces so that the modernization to the three buildings to be updated could be completed.
“We appreciate the excellent work that was accomplished by Erickson-Hall,” Superintendent of Imperial Valley College Lennor Johnson said of the work. “The modernization of these three buildings is a great improvement and enhancement to our educational environment and student learning experience.”
“Erickson-Hall is thrilled to have partnered with the Imperial Valley College District in developing these new additions to the school,” added President of Erickson-Hall Mat Gates. “This modernization project reflects both Erickson-Hall’s and Imperial Community College District’s commitment to educational excellence.”
Erickson-Hall Construction Co. has over $2 billion in construction work to its credit, more than half of which is in the educational sector.