Academic Restroom Rehabilitation Project - Phase 1
Full renovation of over thirty restrooms on campus to ADA compliance and sustainability standards.
The existing restrooms in many of our academic buildings are original to the buildings and have exceeded their useful life. There have been some periodic upgrades over the years, but many are still in poor condition and need of rehabilitation.
We had initiated a large project that will include full renovations to over (30) restrooms on campus in the Visual Arts, Music, Natural Science and Social Science buildings, both Campus Center North and South, Physical Education, and the Library. The project will rehabilitate these restrooms to be ADA compliant and address sustainability issues by bringing them up to today’s standards. The renovations will include removal and replacement of existing toilet and urinal fixtures, lavatories, toilet partitions, ceilings and light fixtures, and wall and floor finishes.
As the buildings will be occupied while the work occurs, the project will be phased so that occupants still have access to working restrooms, with the majority of work occurring over multiple summers.
The first phase of this included renovation the restrooms on the 1st floor of both the Natural Science and Social Science buildings.
Lead Agency / Campus-Let
Design / Ronnette Riley Architect
Contractor / Michael Anthony Contracting Corp.
Budget / $875,000