The $30 Million College of Continuing & Professional Education (CCPE) building project consisted of 35,000 square-foot building and featured 3 stories. The CCPE entails 20 modern general classrooms, a large conference center, and support spaces, as well as outdoor gathering areas for the CSULB community. The project was constructed at the highest level of sustainable green building standards, and is the first net-zero energy building in the CSU system. The building was also certified through the U.S. Green Building Council as a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum building.
Twining was selected to provide a full range of services, including geotechnical engineering, materials testing, and deputy inspection for a new classroom addition to the CCPE. This project required auger-cast piles (continuous flight auger piles) to provide structural support. With the depth of our inspection personnel, Twining ensured continuity of the project from a team that was intimately familiar with the campus, university staff, and specific policies and procedures.