New Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Building

High priority project to increase the efficiency of the square footage and accommodation of services for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics programs with five new labs and seven new additional classrooms.

Fireproofing protection is being installed along the first floor of the south wing of the structure. Application of the spray-applied fire-resistive material (SFRM) will continue throughout the building as mechanical, electrical, and plumbing inserts are fastened to the steel structure. Concrete has been poured on the second floor of the structure's north and south wings. Rebar installation is nearing its end on the third floor. Structural steel framing is being installed for roof support and equipment support at the IDC. Foundations are being excavated at the site yard on the north end of the site.

Construction work proceeds at the site during the current Stay At Home directive from the State's Governor. Sundt is following recommendations from the CDC on social distancing and hygiene practices for all its employees and subcontractors.

Project Estimate:
$97,322,272 Comprised of Measure J: $94,322,272 Campus Funds: $3,000,000

Campus Project Manager:
Michael Zari

District Director, Facilities Planning & Construction:
Richard Williams

Program Management:
MAAS Companies