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Facilities Maintenance and Usage

John Sugrue
Associate Vice Chancellor Administrative Services
District Office for the City Colleges is located in the Loop at the corner of Jackson and Franklin.  It is a 14-story masonry building that is over 100 years old and is currently undergoing major renovations to bring it into the 21st century. It offers state-of-the-art meeting rooms.
District Office    
Chief Engineer: 
Kevin Nolan 

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Daley College is a 397,686-square-foot, three-story facility built in 1981.  It is a steel and glass construction sitting on 31.55 acres.  It has 7 pre-engineered buildings originally built as the temporary campus still in use for classes.  It offers a swimming pool, gymnasium, theater, full service cafeteria, and ample parking.  Its satellite campus, Arturo Vasquez Institute, is a 175,000-square-foot masonry building built in 1996 sitting on 15.74 acres. It offers meeting rooms and a conference space.
Richard J.  Daley College    
Auxiliary Services Director: 
Mike Martin 
Chief Engineer:
Tim Smith

Kennedy-King College is the newest of the City Colleges built in 2007.  It is a 496,817-square-foot, two-story masonry facility.  It offers a swimming pool, gymnasium, theater, cafeteria, radio station, television station, culinary kitchens, a full service restaurant, state-of-the-art conference rooms, and ample parking.  Its satellite campus, Dawson Technical Institute, is a 148,655-square-foot masonry structure built in 1973 sitting on 4.62 acres.  It offers meeting rooms.                               


Kennedy-King College
Auxiliary Services Director:
Robert Reeves
Chief Engineer:
Jerome Dabney

Malcolm X College, the oldest of the City Colleges, is conveniently located directly across from the United Center.  Built in 1971, it is a 541,575-square-foot glass and steel facility sitting on 19.13 acres.  It offers a swimming pool, gymnasium, theater, full service cafeteria, state-of-the-art meeting rooms, conference space, lecture halls and ample parking.  Its satellite campus, West Side Learning Center, is a 37,168-square-foot masonry building sitting on 1.07 acres.  It offers meet space and ample parking.                       MXSM.JPG 
Malcolm X College    
Auxiliry Services Director:
Jessica Holloway
Chief Engineer:
John Morely


Olive-Harvey College is located on the Southeast Side of Chicago.  It was also built of steel and glass in 1981 and still operates some of its classes from the 9 pre-engineered buildings that were the temporary campus while it was under construction.  It is a three-story, 397,700-square-foot building sitting on 65.98 acres.  It offers a swimming pool, gymnasium, theater, full service cafeteria, natural wetlands, community computer rooms, and ample parking.  Its satellite campus, South Chicago Learning Center, is a 15,460-square-foot masonry building sitting on 1.19 acres that also offers meeting rooms.                                              


Olive-Harvey College
Auxiliary Services Director:
Dexter Curry
Chief Engineer: 
Tom Siefert 

Harold Washington College is located in the heart of the Loop.  Opened in 1983 as Loop College, it underwent a complete building renovation in 2006.  It is a 345,300-square-foot 11-story steel and precast concrete structure.  It offers conference and meeting rooms as well as a public access computer room.                             


Harold Washington College
Auxiliary Services Director:
Ken Butler
Chief Engineer: 
Rich Wren

Truman College was built in 1976.  Originally built in two  phases, it now boasts a new seven-story parking structure with new facilities for student services.  The original three-story structures are glass and steel.  The new structure is a blend of concrete, masonry, and glass.  It was designed to be an environmentally friendly building.  It offers a swimming pool, theater, gymnasium, conference space, state-of-the-art meeting rooms, and a full service cafeteria.                         


Harry S Truman College
Auxiliary Services Director:
Penny Varnava
Chief Engineer: 
Brian McCue

Wright College is located on the far Northwest side.  Opened in 1993, it is a three-story concrete and precast concrete building designed by famous architect Bertrand Goldberg.  It is 544,380 square feet and sits on 20.75 acres.  It offers a swimming pool, gymnasium, theater, full service cafeteria, conference space, and meeting rooms.  Its satellite campus, Humboldt Park Vocational Education Center, is a 43,560-square-foot, three-story masonry building sitting on 1.28 acres.  It offers meeting rooms.


Wilbur Wright College
Auxiliary Services Director:
Dina Lieler
Chief Engineer: ​​                         
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Mike Dompke

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