Major Capital Improvement Projects
Planning, Design and Construction provides design, project management and construction administration services for major capital projects.
Warren Hall Demolition/New Replacement Building Project
The project will demolish Warren Hall and the connector bridge to the Library, and construct a new five-story, 67,000 square foot replacement office building. The total cost of project is $50 million, with demolition expected to be completed by Summer 2013, and the new building completed by May 2015.
The demolition portion of the project includes the removal and disposal of all hazardous materials in the building; repair to the Library where the connector bridge is removed; the implosion of Warren Hall; and the restoration of the site once the building debris is removed.
The new replacement building will be located at the north end of campus, adjacent to the Student Services Administration Building, on the vacant site previously occupied by the Early Childhood Center. The new building will house offices and support space such as Accessibility Services, DCIE (Continuing Education, American Language Program, International Education), EOP, Faculty Development, Service Learning, Office of Research & Sponsored Programs, Academic Senate, Parking Services, and the Welcome Center. In addition, the new building will include over 100 faculty offices.
Sustainable features included in the design of the new building are water-efficient landscaping and plumbing fixtures, high efficiency HVAC, day lighting, a 'cool roof', and high recycled content and locally sourced materials. The project will be designed to achieve a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold rating.
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Warren Hall Demolition New Replacement Building