This is the first LEED-NC project completed for the University of Virginia, and has achieved Silver certification. The project was a one-story 15,000 sf addition to the existing printing services building. The scope of work included: Design Build MEP services, LEED management and implementation, selective demolition, site work, underground utilities, CIP footings, masonry, structural steel, insulated core panels, translucent wall panels and skylights, a TPO white roof system, loading dock equipment, ADA shower room and baths, stand alone HVAC and building automation.
PROJECT START: June 2008
PROJECT SIZE: 15,000 SF
PROJECT DURATION: 11 months
CONTRACT VALUE: $2,332,044
CONTRACT TYPE: Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER: Jeff Sims
SUPERINTENDENT: Warren Green
ESTIMATOR: Doug Horn
OWNER: University of Virginia
CONTACT: Amy Eichenberger @eservices.virginia.edu
ARCHITECT: Hurd & Obenchain, Inc.
“There is a lot to be proud of here: a high quality project, finished on time, and the first LEED certified building here at UVA. Thanks again for all your and the rest of your team’s efforts in the accomplishing a successful project.”
N. Earl Ward, P.E., VCCO, Academic Division Director, UVa Facilities Management