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UVA Fayerweather Hall

Martin Horn completely renovated Fayerweather Hall, a late 19th century building on the Grounds, including all of its finishes and infrastructure. Some of the major challenges include: extensive masonry restoration, lead paint abatement, millwork refurbishing and limited laydown area. This project provided extensive experience related to change proposals and close-out procedures, utilized all of Martin Horn’s management tools, and was completed on time and on budget. The building now houses UVA’s McIntire Department of Art.

PROJECT START:  June 2004

PROJECT SIZE: 18,745 SF

PROJECT DURATION: 23 months

CONTRACT VALUE: $5,359,727

CONTRACT TYPE: Lump Sum, Competitive Bid

PROJECT MANAGER: Rockwell Moulton

SUPERINTENDENT:  Maurice Kuper

ESTIMATOR: Jack M. Horn

OWNER: University of Virginia

CONTACT: Bill Shirey

ARCHITECT: Dagit-Saylor

CONTACT: Brigham Keehner