FY21 Completed Projects
Project Description: In the continued effort to utilize space within Carrington Hall more efficiently, a renovation of spaces currently occupied for the Graduate College (rooms 306 and 308) needs to be completed. Mechanical and electrical updates will be addressed along with new walls, doors, ceilings, finishes, and any associated work.
- Consultant: Esterly Schneider
- General Contractor: Bales Construction
- Project Budget: $655,000.00
- Completion Date: July 29, 2020
Project Description: Greenwood Laboratory School would like to construct a multi-purpose gymnasium addition to the existing facility. The addition will be approximately 22,600 square feet and will include new restrooms, improvements to the adjacent switchgear building, plazas near the addition, and other Work indicated in the Contract Documents.
- Consultant: BRP Architects
- General Contractor: Dewitt & Associates
- Project Budget: $6,400,000.00
- Completion Date: September 25, 2020
Project Description: The University will be replacing the existing roof at Hill Hall during the Summer of 2020. The scope of construction includes removing/reinstalling the existing historic clay tile to allow for the installation of a new underlayment/flashing system, installing stainless steel gutter inserts on top of the existing copper gutters, replacing the existing roof hatch, replacing the existing flag pole and removing/replacing the existing modified bitumen roof. The work will need to be completed by the Fall 2020 semester.
- Consultant: Structural Engineering Associates
- General Contractor: Queen City Roofing
- Project Budget: $900,000.00
- Completion Date: August 14, 2020
Project Description: This project is to correct the water infiltration that is occurring in the basement of Hutchens House. The project will consist of removing existing landscaping, excavating to install waterproofing and a drainage mat system on the concrete foundation, and installation of a drain pipe at some locations. Grading at the landscape areas to create slope away from the building will occur, along with placement of new landscaping pebble stone. This project also includes a refresh of finishes and some repair of interior basement spaces from the damage due to the water infiltration.
- General Contractor: Bales Construction
- Project Budget: $215,000.00
- Completion Date: December 18, 2020
Project Description: This is a 14,000 square foot addition to the existing McQueary Family Health Sciences Hall. The new addition will hold a 240 seat tiered classroom, a 75 seat tiered classroom, 4 offices, lobby/student space, restrooms, custodial and mechanical rooms. There will be localized renovations in the existing building to provide circulation between the two buildings. Construction will begin Summer of 2019 and the project must be complete by June 30, 2020. The project will be ready for the Fall 2020 semester.
- Consultant: Dake | Wells Architecture
- General Contractor: Branco Enterprises
- Project Budget: $6,250,000.00
- Scheduled Completion Date: December 15, 2020
Project Description: The university is infilling a portion of the second floor of Plaster Center for an expansion of the eFactory and the Cooperative Engineering Program. The eFactory expansion work will include (8) eight additional business incubator spaces, a conference room, and a large training area that can be sub-divided. The university has applied for grant funding through the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to accomplish this portion of the work. The Cooperative Engineering expansion work will include additional design and research labs, distance learning classrooms, and tutoring rooms. This portion of the work will be funded through the university.
- Consultant: The Clark Enersen Partners
- General Contractor: Dewitt & Associates, Inc
- Project Budget: $4,250,000.00
- Completion Date: August 26, 2020
Project Description: Replace boiler controls on Boiler #2 and Boiler #3 as well as plant master and the feed water station. Connect controls and the existing meters to the University Building Management System. Replace instruments, sensors, controllers, actuators, control valves, dampers, and other items necessary for full functionality of system. Connect feed water control system power to the emergency generator and connect, along with boiler control system, to central UPS. New controls shall be of the same manufacturer as existing Boiler #4 and Boiler #5 controls.
- Consultant: Bibb Engineers
- General Contractor: Locke AMI, LLC
- Project Budget: $535,000.00
- Completion Date: August 4, 2020