Riverside Community College Quad Building Reconstruction (Riverside, CA) This projected consisted of the reconstruction of the existing 75,000 square-foot historic quad building to improve and increase instructional capacity, site accessibility, and consolidation of uses to meet the demands of student population growth. Renovation and repair of the interior and exterior building envelope and features was also be made to restore and preserve the historic character of the building, which was initially constructed in 1916. The existing west wing, built in 1970 and served as the auditorium, was demolished and replaced with a new 14,127 square-feet, 2-story structure to house additional classrooms and an art gallery. The electrical design included replacing all existing luminaires located in public spaces with vintage luminaires incorporating state of the art technology and energy efficiency and a complete upgrade of the fire alarm system.