OCI Associates provided Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, IT/ AV Systems for a new 22,000 square foot, single-story building that has four wings that focus on general resources, fine arts, natural sciences and sports/performing arts. The modern glass and tilt-wall construction of the building incorporate state-of-the-art technology systems to enhance building performance for the new gymnasium, culinary arts, music, dance and art rooms as well as a gallery/lobby and administration area. Site improvements and landscaping include a single divided median entry driveway with 126 vehicular parking spaces and 15 bike spaces.
Yvonne Scarlett-Golden served four terms as a city commissioner and was the City of Daytona Beach’s first African American mayor. The facility was named in her honor when she passed away at 80 years old in December 2006 during her second term as mayor. The new community center will provide a variety of enriching activities for the Derbyshire neighborhood and surrounding areas.