Last structural beam for Santa Rosa Junior College's Residential Hall (SRJC Facebook)
Crews building a new 352-bed residence hall at Santa Rosa Junior College are celebrating a milestone. The final structural beam was added to the five-story building on Thursday. It will feature one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, semi-suites, and four-bedroom, two-bath apartments. There will be 258 units in all. Construction on the $64-million project started last October. The building is going to be the largest student housing site on the 104-year-old SRJC campus.