Construction management at-risk services (preconstruction and construction) for the occupied, phased renovation of the existing School of Public Health building. Phase I renovations included the complete renovation of existing first floor locker rooms into administrative space. After demolition of the existing, 5,500 square-foot space down to the structural beams, new infrastructure was constructed for 20 offices, conference room, restrooms, and kitchen. New interior partitions and finishes, individual temperature controls, LED fixtures, and ductwork were installed for each office. New electrical work, sprinklering, diffusers, louver and new handler were also installed as part of the project.
Phase II re-purposed 11,000 square feet of existing ground floor building space, adding three classrooms and four new BSL2 laboratories, as well as updating one teaching lab and two research labs. The new classrooms will offer kinesiology, public health science and family science, among other subjects.