Blue Mountain Community College Bond Projects
Project Overview

Blue Mountain Community College

Project Cost

$25 million

Key Features
  • Construction of a Facility for Agricultural Resource Management (FARM)
  • Precision Irrigated Agricultural Facility
  • Workforce Training Facility
  • Early Learning Center
  • Renovations of Instructional Facilities in Milton-Freewater, Hermiston, & Pendleton
  • HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, & Insulation System Upgrades to existing facilities

Frew Development Group was hired as Owner’s Representative for the Blue Mountain Community College Bond Projects.

Thanks to the support from Oregon communities, the bond allowed BMCC to:

  • Construct a Workforce & Early Childhood Education Learning Center behind the SAGE Center on Port of Morrow property in Boardman for training in advanced manufacturing, mechatronics and Early Childhood Education;
  • Renovate the existing agriculture center in Pendleton to add a second story for classroom space and to allow for a veterinary assistant program;
  • Construct a Precision Irrigated Agriculture Center in Hermiston on OSU Experiment Station property, allowing for student use of the Experiment Station’s pivots;
  • Renovate the front entryway at the Milton-Freewater Center to allow for student study areas and increased safety; and
  • Upgrade/improve heating, cooling, electrical and other energy systems on the Pendleton campus, which is estimated to save approximately $100,000 annually in utility costs.