The project scope includes preparing and providing advanced planning for the replacement, relocation and/or construction of thermal utilities (steam and chilled water), gaseous piping (helium, compressed air and natural gas), electrical utilities (primary electric/signal communications), and civil utilities (domestic water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer) between Engineering Centers Building and N. Randall Avenue along Engineering Drive. This also includes replacement of chilled water piping on N. Randall Avenue and W. Dayton Street to N. Charter Street and new primary electrical ductbank and signal along Randall.
The overall plan is currently split into three main phases: Engineering Mall, Engineering Drive and Randall and Dayton Corridors. Each phase is essential to complete to achieve the reliability, growth and operational goals of the project. For example, some systems may be put into a temporary and non-redundant state at an early phase and not brought into final state until a later phase. Critical to this planning is to understand the detailed construction phasing of the project and impact on operations, traffic and pedestrian control, interface with the new proposed academic research building replacing 1410 Building and requirements for temporary utilities.
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|Randall & Dayton||$11,715,067|
|A/E Selection||June 2021|
|Design Report||July 2022|
|Bid Date||January 2023|
|Start Project||March 2023|
|Substantial Completion||October 2024|
|Project Close Out||July 2025|
|User Reps||Jeff Pollei|
|UW PM||Dennis Rodenberg|
|DFDM PM||Troy Cunat|
|A/E||NV5 w/ KSingh & Associates|
Not applicable (underground utilities).