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WEEKLY PROJECT UPDATE4/25/2014
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Construction
Project Name:
32E.5231.02
Project Manager:
Raul Rasco
Project #
Construction Budget:
$26,565,056.00
Planned Start:
7/16/2012
Actual Start:
02/25/2013
Anticipated Finish:
12/4/2014
Percentage Complete:
35%
DSA #:
A03-113782
Delivery Method:
Design-Build
Renovation or New:
New Building
Campus Student Center/Book Store Complex
Current Highlights:
Meeting Time:
8:00 AM
Location:
GC Trailer
Frequency:
Weekly
Contractor:
EDGE DEVELOPMENT, INC.
Architect:
EHRLICH ARCHITECTS
Day:
Tuesday
Special Instructions:
-Prepared subbase for slab on grade pouring; install radiant heating piping for Atrium area.
-Continue misc welds throughout the building structure.
-Continue installation of hangers and inserts for HVAC components
-Continue layout & install utility (electrical, plumbing, HVAC) rough-in up to roof level
-Continue laying mesh and installing rebar at decks.
-Poured Deck level 3 concrete.
Project Name:
32E.5234.02
Project Manager:
Thomas Martin
Project #
Construction Budget:
$57,904,414.00
Planned Start:
7/1/2012
Actual Start:
10/29/2012
Anticipated Finish:
1/31/2015
Percentage Complete:
53.8%
DSA #:
03-113564
Delivery Method:
Design-Build
Renovation or New:
New Building
Student Success and Retention Center
Current Highlights:
Meeting Time:
8:30 AM
Location:
Jacobs Conference Room
Frequency:
Weekly
Contractor:
PINNER CONSTRUCTION COM
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Architect:
HAMMEL, GREEN & ABRAHAM
S
Day:
Wednesday
Special Instructions:
Roofing activities continue for the sixth week, delayed by rain but approximately 65% complete. CCD for testing of the Skylight was
approved - awaiting feedback from Lab of Record regarding price and capabilities. MEP rough-in's on 1st thru 5th levels continue.
Shaft wall enclosure is almost complete. Interior wall framing on 1st thru 5th Levels is ongoing. Drywall installation in Segment 1 and
2 (of 3 total) ground floor has begun with a smaller 3-man crew. Elevator progress picked up with rails installed in all 4 shafts.
Installation of windows and curtain wall remains sporadic. Erection of Stairs has been delayed due to excessive shop workload which
has taken precedence over SSRC - Pinner shop visit scheduled this week to expedite fabrication.
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