About This Project
Encinitas Hall Building 20. is a student residential building erected in 1961 on a total SF area of 37,426 SF. The building is located at University Dr. and is widely identified by its red brick exterior facade. The scope of work of this project includes a full ADA renovation of all 8 restrooms and shower rooms on approximately 2,700 square feet. It includes installing completely new electrical, mechanical, plumbing and fire safety systems. Environmental abatement work will also be carried out at these facilities.
This $1.5 million project provides fresh ventilation and A/C systems in restrooms, as well as the complete finishing systems, including ceramic tiles and waterproof ceiling tiles. The project is now been completed on schedule and before students begin the Fall Quarter 2009.
|Construction start date:
June 16, 2008
|Expected completion date:
Sept 8, 2008
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Progress of Major Construction Activities
- Installation of new waste and ventilation piping systems at 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor restrooms locations 100% completed.
- Installation of new fire alarm and electrical systems was completed.
- Rough plumbing and installation of all WC, shower units and lavatories completed.
- New HVAC system is completed at all six restroom locations.
- Swanstone and new accessories at all shower rooms completed.
- Tile work completed and all required accessories. Two additional visitor restrooms at the first floor are 95% completed.
- All new toilet partitions were installed.
Key/Critical Issues Currently Pending
- Complete punch list items and finishing work at all locations. A final job walk has been scheduled for 9/9/08 to review all remaining open items.
- Review of the Air Balance report for the new HVAC system.
- Issue of Notice of completion by 9/15/08.
- Students will be returning to the building starting on 9/11/08.
- Corroborate safety at the building. SFM already issued their final permit.
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