UP-Nursing Science Building Renovation
The project consists of new construction and renovation of existing spaces at the Nursing Science Building. The Building, originally constructed in 1979, has remained largely the same for the past 40 years with some minor renovations. Today, it serves as the centerpiece of the Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing (CoN). The existing 71,000 gross square foot, three-story building with a full basement and mechanical penthouse offers the College offices and classroom spaces. The primary goals for this project's success include reducing the major maintenance backlog, renewing the building envelope (brick and window), and providing major programmatic upgrades for the CoN, including a large classroom addition on the HUB side of the building.
Bid Packages 1.01-1.03 Request for Proposal seeking a qualified Design-Assist Sitework, Mechanical and Plumbing, and Electrical partners for upcoming work.
Prequalification Documents are available as part of the Bid Documents or can be obtained directly from Tina Petrie at [email protected] at Alexander Building Construction Co. Documents can be submitted directly to Tina Petrie or uploaded to Pipeline with the bid.
The project will be bid through Pipeline Suite.