All Campus Projects

110602 - Parking Lot Renewal (1/2/2017 through 3/31/2017)

Project Manager: Contreras

Lighting, Cameras, and paving at Parking Lot Q

110914 - Campus Electricity Meters (1/15/2011 through 9/1/2011)

Project Manager: Sunday

130608 - *HEF2014-Interior Gas Line Eval (3/1/2016 through 1/31/2017)

Project Manager: Salazar

130618 - *Move Student Activities to St. Aquinas (1-Jun-2015 through 8-Dec-2016)

Project Manager: Culbertson

The prime location of the event will be the St. Thomas Aquinas Building; however, additional improvements to the building and site work will be required to properly host the event.  Scope of work will include: Office space for 5-full time staff, a small conference room, open area for events, 3-student work spaces, reception area, and 2-meeting rooms with partitions to make one large area if needed, storage space for 10-tables & 60-chairs, painting, minor demolition, HVAV, and Electrical work.

130906 - HEF2013-Manning Roof Replacement (10-13-2016 through 11/30/2016)

Project Manager: Lozano

This project will replace the existing roof system, and lightweight insulating concrete down to the existing structural concrete decking. Install new built-up roof system. New roof insulation must match existing thermal resistance of existing roof insulation. Install new tapered insulation as required for positive drainage. Install additional drainage openings or enlarge existing drainage openings as required to allow for proper drainage of building and Conduct Uplift Testing per ASTM E907.

130909 - *HEF2014-Jones Auditorium Windows (1/2/2017 through 3/31/2017)

Project Manager: Lozano

This project includes replacing the windows on the North and South side of the main auditorium in Jones Auditorium. The windows on the North and South side are mirrored on each side with three 13’-6” x 5’-8” large window bays and two 2’-2” x 5’ – 8” small window bays. The acoustical wood diffusers will likely need to be removed from the inside in order to replace these windows. These high tone wood diffusers are screwed into the wood frame. Address bricks as required on the Southwest side to address leak issues (Repoint bricks & seal if required). The roof overhang above these Southwest side windows has been inspected for leaks, and there is evidence of water intrusion above the windows. Provide flashing between the overhang and wall, roof needs to be repaired prior to the window replacement. Install replacement windows, copper downspouts, and repair concrete canopies per CLK Architects & Associates requirements.

130910 -*RFS-Jernigan Library Skylight Retro Fit (11/1/2013 through 4/1/2016)

Project Manager: Salazar

131101 - Fire Safety Compliance (11/1/2013 through 2/28/2017)

Project Manager: Cavazos

140603 - RFS-Athletic & Intramural Fields (7/15/2015 through 10/30/2015)

Project Manager: Tyler

150604 - 2016 Fire Compliance E&G (9/1/2016 through 12/31/2016)

Project Manager: Cavazos

was for correction of the Campus Wide Exit signs that needed to be added to classrooms noted in the State Fire

150703 - HEF2015-Campus Light Study (11/1/2015-TBD)

Project Manager: Sunday

150801 - 2016 New Parking Lot I Expansion

Project Manager: Tyler

150805 - 2015 Campus Video Surveillance

Project Manager: Ramirez

150902 - *HEF2015-Engineering Complex Window Replace (2/6/2017 through 7/28/2017)

Project Manager: Lozano

The windows are in overall poor condition. Aluminum exterior cladding has delaminated exposing the wood framing to the elements. The wood framing has evidence of water damage and is experiencing deterioration. Window sealants and glazing are deteriorated or missing. Fungal growth was observed on the window components. It does not appear there was to be a flashing installed along the window jamb. No backup flashing or sealant joint is indicated to be installed. Water intrusion is suspected at this condition. Evidence of previous water intrusions is apparent throughout the window assembly. Plaster above windows and in the vaulted ceilings of the Loggia and entrances were observed with cracks that have the potential to take on water and with no drainage provisions in the construction. This project includes the removal and replacement of all the windows and replaces the plaster above the arch units. The overall condition of the brick masonry is fair. Cracks and stair stepping in the brick were observed. The stone masonry was observed with cracks and splits. Grout was observed missing and separating from the masonry. Areas at the base of the walls were observed without weeps installed or appearing to be installed below the concrete flatwork. The absence of these membranes and the installation below flatwork is preventing incidental moisture in the wall cavity from weeping out of the wall. Entrapped moisture is deteriorating building components and finding its way into interior spaces. The building sealants including flat work areas are in overall poor condition. The sealants are cracked and chalking. The sealant joints do not provide a watertight seal and appear to be beyond their expected service life. The wall water leaks remedial consist on the Route / Reseal the adjoining sidewalk joint. Clean and seal the exterior masonry. Remove Rock / Crushed Granite and Mow Strip. Install New HDPE Skirt / Backfill. Install New HDPE Drain System. Install New Building Perimeter Mow Strip. Addresses cast stone surrounds to remedial leak issues by repoint cast stone and bricks and reseal as required. The project goals is to remedial the envelop water intrusion problems and includes the windows/glazing replacement and clean and seal the wall assembly.

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