A Space to Engage Public Safety Students

The School of Public Safety Building at Ben Clark Training Center serves as classroom and administration space to further student engagement and learning at MVC's public safety-oriented education center. This project services as the first permanent facility at the Ben Clark Training Center, which has earned "Education Center Status" as of 2021. Programs based at this location include Administration of Justice, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Technology and Homeland Security & Emergency Management programs, in addition to several general education courses that support the public safety programs.

Render of education building
Render of the School of Public Safety Building

Virtual Groundbreaking

Video of Education Building groundbreaking ceremony
The groundbreaking ceremony of the School of Public Safety Building at the Moreno Valley College Education Center at Ben Clark Training Center.

Construction Time-Lapse

A view of the School of Public Safety building under construction
A time-lapse of the building construction

At a Glance

The 14,135-square-foot, single-story facility will serve as a classroom and administration building for the Ben Clark Training Center. The School of Public Safety Building is phase one of a two-phase development project to turn the Ben Clark Training Center, which was granted education center status in 2021, into a comprehensive learning campus with support for both general education and MVC's public safety programs

The project provided additional (17,500 GSF) to the campus inventory.


Location: Ben Clark Training Center

Status: Completed August 2022

Size: 14,135 square feet (17,500 GSF)

Cost: $13,000,000 from Measure C Bond


Architect: SVA Architect, Inc.

Construction Manager: CW Driver

Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (Construction Manager Multiple Prime)