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Construction for the Next 6 Months 


Wright / Ragsdale / Mcginnis - Storm Drain Repairs(Budget: $ 290,000)

Stewart understands that East Carolina University (Client) wishes to contract with Stewart to provide surveying, subsurface utility locating, civil engineering and landscape architecture services to investigate, inventory, analyze and make recommendations for improvements to the existing stormwater drainage lines that navigate through main campus. Our site investigation on October 13 and limited drawings received indicate that there is an existing 12' terra cotta pipe, constructed in the early to mid-1900's, that exists in the area of study that is either undersized, clogged, damaged or failed in some other fashion that has caused flooding in the immediate areas adjacent to the buildings. Our proposal includes the necessary services and project approach to to provide a recommendation to the University on next steps and improvements to be made to avoid future flooding.

Expected Bid:             Winter/Spring 2016

Project Manager:       Michael Talton

 

Clement Residence Hall Renovations - Phase 2 

Project scope will consist of adding a layer of impact drywall to all floors of the corridors, demolition and disposal of all built-in furniture in the bedrooms, abatement of any remaining asbestos under the furniture , abatement of PCB containing caulk around the windows, refinishing all walls in the bedroom, removing closet doors, creating a cased opening at the closet to add a rod for curtain, removing all carpet in the hallways and bedrooms, installing new VCT in all bedrooms, installing new carpet in all corridors, renovating core of the building to create ADA compliant restrooms, moving the laundry room to the ground floor, expanding the footprint of the 1st floor and reskinning the entire facade of the building.

Expected Bid: December 2016

Project Manager: L.L. Everett 


Jones Galley

Renovation and expansion of "The Galley", a casual dining area located in Jones residence Hall. The project is likely to be executed in 2 phases with the first being expansion of the existing interior space to encompass the existing building exterior roof overhang. This will create approximately 2,000 square feet of additional, usable area. The exterior site plan adjacent to the project will also be considered for limited renovation. The second phase would renovate the entire kitchen ad serving areas ( approximately 7,000 square feet) and expand seating capacity. Before design begins, a study will be completed. 

Expected Bid: September 2016

Project Manager: Michael Talton


Health Science Campus - Replace Steam Infrastructure Phase II

This project is the second phase of a four phase project to replace the original steam and condensate piping for the Health Science Campus that was installed in 1980. The current piping has exceeded its useful life and has failures in numerous areas. This project consist of installing new 8' high pressure steam and 4' pumped condensate lines from MH-1 to MH-#. Then connecting Warren Life Science building to the Utility tunnel. The new pipe materials will be direct buried, pre-engineered class A, drainable-dryable-testable piping. Because the limits of disturbance on the project cross both landscape areas as well as paved drives and parking lots, repairing these areas back to their current condition will also be included in the project. 

Expected Bid: May 2016

Project Manager: Robert Still


Speight Building - Replace Refurbish Elevators

This project funds construction for the upgrade / modernization of the Speight building elevator. the project has been previously designed. This project will upgrade / modernize the existing elevator , replacing pumping unit complete, motor, pump, valve, controller, door operator, door hangers, tracks, rollers, car operating panel, signal fixtures and refurbishing car interior.

Expected Bid: May 2016

Project Manager: Eugene Tashiro 


Jenkins Fine Art Center - Replace Refurbish Elevators (2) 

This project funds construction for the upgrade / modernization of two Jenkins Art elevators. The design has been completed, This project will upgrade / modernize the existing elevators which are old, outdated and unsupportable by replacing each pumping unit complete with motor, pump, valve, controller, door operator, door hangers, tracks, rollers, related hardware, car operating panel, signal fixtures and refurbishing car interiors. 

Expected Bid: May 2016

Project Manager: Eugene Tashiro 


Building 127 (Human Resources) - Install Fire Alarm System

This project funds construction for the replacement of fire alarm wiring and devices in Building 127 occupied by the Human Resources Department. The system is over 20 years old. Partial repairs and replacement have been done to keep the panel operating, however some components in the system are obsolete. The system is currently designed to monitor zones ( 7 to 8 detectors per zone ) making it difficult to determine the exact locations of issues. The project has been previously designed.

Expected Bid: May 2016

Project Manager: L.L. Everett


Fletcher Music Center - Replace Fire Alarm System

This project funds construction for the replacement of fire alarm panel, wiring and devices in the old section of Fletcher Music. The design has been completed. This project will replace the existing fire alarm panel, wiring and devices which are old, outdated and unsupportable. This project was previously designed. 

Expected Bid: May 2016

Project Manager: Eugene Tashiro


Health Science CUP Expansion

Project provides for 2,800 sq. ft. expansion to the existing Health Science Campus Central Utility Plant. The majority of this space is shell space for a future Chiller #1. Scope includes the installation of a Owner Furnished, Contractor Installed 5 kV, 1200 amp Electrical Switch board designated MSGB which will be bus-connected to the existing Switchboard MSGA. New 5 kV electrical services will be extended from existing 5 kV transformers TX-24 and TX-25 to include a partial ductbank extension along with all cables, termination, testing, ect. for complete installation. Two existing 5kV electrical chiller circuits will be relocated from existing MSGA to new MSGB to balance all 5kV chiller loads among the 2 existing 5kV TX's and 2new 5kV TX's. Unit heaters and associated steam and condensate piping will be extended from existing plant into expansion area to provide heat. Domestic water services will be extended from existing plant into expansion area to provide for a new Emergency Eye Wash Station and future sink. Existing sewer and storm-roof drainage services will be extended to serve new expansion area. General receptacle power & lighting along with emergency lighting and exist signs will be provided and served by existing power panels. The existing Fire Protection and Fire Alarm System will be extended into the expansion area to serve the new space. Existing mechanical exhaust system, which also serves as the Emergency Refrigerant Exhaust System, will be replaced with new fans and installed on roof of expansion area. 

Expected Bid: April 2016

Project Manager: Robert Still


Family Medical Center - Sport Medicine Module Build-Out

The project scope shall incorporate the final build-out of an existing 1500 sq. ft. of contiguous shell space for the FMC Sports Medicine Department. The project will create more patient care exam rooms as well as a new precept room.

Expected Bid: July 2016

Project Manager: Robert Brown 


Biotech Building Elevator Modernization

Modernize two hydraulic elevators consecutively at HSC Biotechnology Building (circa 1989). Include ADA modifications and both lighting & cooling improvements in the elevator machine room to support modern electronic elevator controls. 

Expected Bid: May 2016

Project Manager: Eugene Tashiro 


Student Service Facility - One Stop Shop Building

This facility will create a centralized "one stop shop" for students and parents to access Financial Aid, Registrar, Academic Advising and Support Center, Career Center, Admission and other student services. The approximately 50 to 60 thousand sq. ft. facility will be located at the intersection of 4th and Reade Street and will include a parking deck with approximately 560 spaces. 

Expected Bid: July 2018 "Project Schedule Under Review"

Project Manager: Robert Brown


Joyner Library Roof Replacement

Remove and replace existing single-ply membrane and tapered / flat insulation roof with modified bitumen on light weight insulating concrete substrate.

Expected Bid: June 2016

Project Manager: Michael Talton


Re-line Storm Water Pipe at College Hill & Minges 

Approximately 400 linear feet of stormwater drainage pipe serving College Hill and 640 linear feet of stormwater drainage pipe serving the Minges Coliseum parking lots have failed in various locations due to holes in the pipe and joints separations. The project scope is to re-line the pipe in lieu of replacing it with new piping. This will avoid closing down large areas of heavily used campus roadway and parking lot for repairs. Pipe relining has already successfully been used on campus. 

Expected Bid: Fall 2016

Project Manager: Michael Talton 


Jenkins Fine Art Roof Replacement

This project replaces 12,100 sq. ft. of the 26-year old north and south high roof areas of the Jenkins Art Center with a torched-down modified bitumen roof system.The original EPDM roof has been patched and is now past its life expectancy.

Expected Bid: Winter 2016

Project Manager: Michael Talton


Bate Student Technology Center

The scope of this project includes repairs and renovation to existing rooms 3001-3005 in the Bate Building at East Carolina University. Currently, rooms 3004 and 3005 are being used as traditional classrooms with room 3003 as an IT / storage room and room 3001 as a student operated computer lab approximately 2,500 sq. ft. in size. The classroom and computer lab have a raised floor system and are equipped with desktop computers. As technology and teaching styles have changed, so have the user preferences for how technology and learning interface.

This project changes the existing spaces to a more progressive and flexible technology driven learning environment. Existing rooms and the adjacent corridor will be reconfigured into a combined Student Technology Center creating individual and group study / learning areas as well as a "front-door" to the College of Business. The project scope includes renovation of approximately 5,00 sq. ft. of area to include floors, walls, ceilings, finishes and related plumbing, mechanical and electrical work.

Expected Bid: Mid-April 2016

Project Manager: Ricky Hill


 

McGinnis, Messick, Speight - Replace CW Serv & Repair HVAC

The project will consist of joining three buildings onto the campus chill water loop and expanding the loop to as far west as Messick. Limited HVAC renovation in Messick and Speight will be included. The existing cooling tower at Speight is to be salvaged.

Expected Bid: September 2016

Project Manager: Bill Chatfield 


Mendhall Student Center North Side - Replace Steam / Condensate Lines

New steam and condensate services will be installed from the southwest corner of Mendhall, around the northwest corner, and into the center of the building on the north side. Existing abandoned steam and condensate lines that are abandoned will be removed. Extensive pedestrian control and coordination will be required.

Expected Bid: November 2016

Project Manager: Bill Chatfield


Life Science and Biotechnology

Programming is not completed and a designer for programming studies has not been selected for the proposed new Life Science and Biotechnology Building. Preliminary studies suggest that the building will need to house teaching and research laboratories, lecture halls, classrooms, faculty and graduate student offices and a small vivarium. 

Expected Bid: 2018

Project Manager: Bill Chatfield


Science and Technology - Replace Lab Exhaust Fans 

Purchase and installation of 12 laboratory exhaust fans, 9 new and 3 owner furnished. These fans have exceeded their maximum service life run hours. These fans are critical to the operation of this laboratory research building.

Expected Bid: November 2016

Project Manager: Bill Chatfield


Contact Project Managers at 252-328-6858                                                                                      

Updated: 03/28/2016