HSAMCC Construction Update 12/2/22

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Project Details – Heath Science Advanced Manufacturing Classroom Complex

  • The HSAMCC will replace five previously existing buildings (2400, 2500, 2600, 2700, and 2800) with the construction of a new 50,700 square foot multi-instructional facility.
  • The building is located on the footprint of the previously existing 2500 Building.
  • The HSAMCC provides state-of-the-art educational spaces for Chemistry, Biology, Medical Lab Technology, Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing and Bio-Manufacturing.
  • When finished in August of 2023, the three-story structure will have a south-facing territorial view of natural spaces that preserve existing, significant trees and landscape features.
  • The complex will integrate enhanced outdoor student and community gathering areas.

High Level Construction Summary Timeline

Summer 2021:   Contractor mobilization and construction start – Complete

Summer 2021:   Demolition Phase I included existing buildings 2500 and North 2400 buildings including greenhouse and infiltration pond – Complete

Summer 2022:   Greenwood parking lot infiltration pond construction – Complete

Summer/Fall 2023:   Building occupancy compliance/completion and college teams move-in to HSAMCC.

Fall/Winter 2023:  Demolition Phase II includes existing buildings 2600, 2700, and 2800, and South 2400 buildings.

Winter/Spring 2024:  Landscaping of new courtyard and overall project completion (includes new greenhouse and pond). This will coincide with the future STE(A)M project development.

HSAMCC – August 2022

Week 7/4/22 through Week of 8/29/22 – Progress Updates

  • During July and August, construction work and activities included the following:
    • Major structural steel members were installed up through Level 3 and the
    roof which completed the main structure. A topping out party was held to commemorate the last steel member installation. The steel metal decks that support the floors were installed on Level 2 and Level 3. This included pouring of the concrete for these floors as well. Steel prefabricated stairwells on the East and West ends began welding activities for attaching to the main structure. Interior mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection supports that hold the utilities in the ceilings were installed on each concrete floor. The exterior metal stud framing began on Level 1. Fireproofing prep work that protects the steel members began on the interior of Level 1. Site electrical underground work on the East side of campus and towards the PUB continued North up to the project. Road closures for this work continued. Andrea Wilbur-Sigo, the project-selected artist plans to present ideas to the art committee this Fall. The location for the art has yet to be determined. Interior signage and donor sign design progress continue to evolve. Furniture design and selection of products also continue to make progress.
    • Next few months the project will continue to work on finishing up metal framing and beginning the exterior sheathing. The next big milestones for the months ahead include:
      • Roof structure completion.
      • Exterior finishes.
      • Dry-In of floors L1, L2, and L3. This will kick off interior scopes of work.
  • The critical path and the completion date tracking for a Summer/Fall 2023 building completion.
  • Notices regarding road closures, loud work, shutdowns, or interruptions continue to be shared with the Faculty and Staff, and the College’s campus neighbors.
HSAMCC Construction Project progress pictures
HSAMCC Construction Project progress pictures
HSAMCC Construction Project progress pictures
HSAMCC Construction Project progress pictures
HSAMCC Construction Project progress pictures
HSAMCC Construction Project progress pictures
HSAMCC Construction Project progress pictures

HSAMCC Construction Live Feed

Check out this live feed time lapse video chronicling the progress of the demolition of the old 2500 Dental Hygiene/Advanced Manufacturing building and subsequent construction of the new Health Sciences and Advanced Manufacturing building.
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