Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

To connect the new Student Services Building with the main campus, a pedestrian overpass was also designed to be built over Chapman Avenue. When the bridge was completed, it was too steep for the disabled. Estimates to re-build the bridge came in at $300,000, so modifications were made. The original plans had called for certain specifications for the disabled, but those were omitted. The Blurock Partnership designed the bridge along with the new Student Services Center, but problems with both projects caused the campus to question the monopoly the firm had on the college’s buildings.
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