UC Model of Integrated Research and Innovation Center - Cincinnati, OH
CLIENT: University of Cincinnati VALUE: $15M ROLE: CMR
The renovation of the 167,000 SF Campus Service Building for the University Cincinnati. The project includes abatement and demolition of a 1945 building wing, followed closely by abatement, stabilization, and enclosure of the remaining building, including a new north façade and restoration and/or replacement of the east, south and west brick facades/windows and a new roof. The project also includes 25,000 SF of tenant fit-outs of office and manufacturing space, as well as locker rooms, bicycle storage, a catering kitchen, and multi-purpose meeting space. During construction, the building will be occupied with multiple tenants of varying sizes. The project also includes all new utility service entrances for gas, electric, communications, water and sewer, along with basic building core construction of utility rooms, fire alarm and protection systems, exits and primary life safety circulation, basic toilet rooms, ADA accessibility, electric switchgear and common area heating and cooling. Freight and passenger elevators will also be replaced. Site work includes restoring and grading the parking lot and landscaping open areas. The project is being constructed for LEED Silver certification. Megen is providing preconstruction and construction management at risk services for the project, which is to be completed in December 2016.
Renderings by A359 Architecture