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Construction Update March 2012 PDF Print E-mail
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constructionConstruction projects on the Dillard University (DU) campus continue in March, with much progress being made. Several buildings are in the restoration process, with new amenities such as lighting and cameras being installed as well.

STUDENT UNION PHASE II

The Student Union Phase II portion of work started in February. The contractor is Landis Construction with the partnership of Landmark Consulting and Vanir Construction Management (both DBE firms) serving as project managers for Dillard University. This project scope of work includes: landscaping, drainage, finalizing the parking lot concrete work, lighting, cameras and warranty issues. Completing the Warrington Drive was a requirement before starting the project. This $2 million project is funded via the HBCU fund and is schedule for completion in August 2012.

HARTZELL/CAMPHOR DORMITORY PROJECT

The scope of the project is to repair and restore the dormitories after the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. The architect is a joint venture between Campo Architects and Sizeler, Thompson, Brown with Vanir Construction Management (Nationally Ranked in Top 25 and DBE Firm) as the project manager. Currently, the exterior scope of work is to restore the exterior façade of both dormitories by removing windows and the abatement of paint and other exterior issues at the site. The windows will be restored or replaced. Several new windows will be built to match the existing and installed. The National Park Service and FEMA grants are funding the majority of this project with the entire construction scheduled to be completed by the end of the year 2012.

Progress This Month: Removal of all window sashes was completed in January. Over 300 sashes have been stripped of paint and a progress site visit from Dr. Ali Miri- National Park Service. R. David Contractors has been contracted for the exterior scope of work.

STRAIGHT HALL

The scope of the project is to repair and restore Straight Hall after the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. Currently, the exterior portion of the project is to restore the exterior façade of both dormitories by removing windows and the abatement of paint and other exterior issues at the site. The windows will be restored or replaced. Several new windows will be built to match the existing and installed. The demolition scope of work requires the removal of all interior walls. The demolition portion of work being conducted concurrently has a 25% DBE requirement. The National Park Service and FEMA grants are funding the majority of this project with the entire construction scheduled to be completed by the end of August 2012.

Progress This Month: The project is currently on schedule with both scopes of work that includes the exterior and demo portion of work. Construction Masters is the contractor for both packages scope of work. Dr. Ali Miri- National Park Service has conducted a progress site visit.

 

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