Student Services - replace windows and curtain wall
Project phase: Archived
- The Student Services Building opened in 1957.
- Aging building systems need to be replaced, which will provide opportunities to improve building performance and increase energy efficiency.
- Through its capital renewal program, Infrastructure Planning and Facilities (IPF) partners with campus stakeholders to identify key general building deficiencies that must be addressed before building functions fail.
- Through the Energy Conservation Measures program, IPF looks for opportunities to improve energy efficiency.
- Replacing fifty-year-old windows and curtain wall to improve energy efficiency
- Upgrade exterior envelope building aesthetics
- Eliminate interior deterioration
- Enhance occupant comfort
- Replace four failing air-handling units
- Construction start: Late May
- Construction end: November
- $5,700,000, including a $570,000 contingency
- Source of funds is the general fund, capital renewal.
Questions, comments, concerns?
- Carol Cool, project manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, (517) 353-8619