What the Client Needed:

  • An upgrade and renovation to a 74,800 sq. ft. academic building housing departments of Physics and Geology.
  • Replacement of the HVAC systems, resulting in a more energy efficient system.
  • Updated and contemporary labs and classrooms.
  • Reprogramming of the student commons to create study alcoves and a display gallery.
  • A phased approach to construction for a fully occupied building with no available surge space.

Project Specs:

  • Building Area : 74,800 SF
  • Cost of Construction: $6,590,000
  • Cost/SF: $88
  • Construction Completed: 2019
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The project team worked collectively to ensure that this project was an end-user success. They truly embraced the team win concept, resulting in a beautiful and highly functional space.

Randall HajeckConstruction Coordinator, State University Construction Fund

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