By Laura Perdew
(Source: Cal State Fullerton)
Jay Bond, associate vice president for facilities planning and management at Cal State Fullerton, has joined an elite group of honorees recognized by the Association of University Architects.
Presented this month with the association’s Award for Distinguished Service, Bond is among just 39 individuals to receive the award since it was first presented in 1971.
The honor recognizes those “who have made a significant contribution in building and planning for higher education.” A member of the association for 25 years, Bond served as its president in 2009-10.
The Yorba Linda resident joined CSUF in 1990 and served two years as acting vice president for administration. Previously, he was chief architect for the California State University system, associate architect at UC Irvine and spent seven years in private practice as an architect.
During his tenure at Cal State Fullerton, the university has built a series of award-winning, energy-efficient facilities, including: the state’s first platinum LEED-certified student housing complex; Steven G. Mihaylo Hall, the Student Recreation Center, Fullerton Arboretum Visitor Center and Children’s Center, as well as additions to the Clayes Performing Arts Center, Pollak Library, the Kinesiology and Health Science Building and Student Health and Counseling Center.
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