Deike Cleanroom Renovation
This project site is located at the University Park campus of Penn State. The existing Deike Building consists of 118,352 GSF built in 1965 and houses multiple departments of the College of Earth and Mineral Science (EMS). The core purpose of this capital project is to relocate the Geoscience Department cleanrooms from the adjacent Hosler Building into Deike to prepare for the future Hosler Building complete renovation. There are many impacts of the cleanroom relocation which include faculty, student, and staff office relocation on floors one, two and five as well as MEP system upgrades throughout the building. Additional scope includes building a rooftop penthouse, replacing all punched windows and one curtain wall system. Abatement of the interior spaces and windows will be contracted directly to Penn State but coordinated with the overall construction schedule by the CM. The total project square footage is approximately 23,000 SF.
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