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Science 4 phase 2 renovation

The Science 4 phase 2 renovation is well underway. Most abatement and demolition work was completed in December. Framing for new walls is underway along with work for new electrical, plumbing and HVAC services. Work on foundations for building infills continues.

The project involves work to improve offices, labs and support space. New electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems are also part of the project which will provide surge space to facilitate the phase one renovation of Science 3. This project renovates the west side of Science 4 and the work is similar to what occurred when the east side of the building was renovated two years ago. Project completion is expected in fall 2021.

Science 2 Tower Renovation

The Science 2 Tower renovation project begain in early December. The contractor is currently focused on asbestos abatement and demolition. That work is expected to continue through January 2021. There are some pedestrian detours in place inside the building while this work is underway. The project involves gutting spaces on floors three through eight and complete renovation of those spaces. A number of critical maintenance items will be addressed including asbestos abatement and new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems. The tower exterior was re-clad and new windows installed enhancing energy efficiency under the Science 2 phase I, east wing renovation project which was recently completed.

Hinman Dining Hall

Much progress has been made through the fall and the existing Hinman Dining Hall structure along with the addition to the building are enclosed for the winter. Windows and walls have been installed throughout. Work is continuing on interior walls. Masonry, steel, mechanical, concrete work and work on the penthouse mechanical space is also progressing. The addition is 25,500 sq. ft. encompassing three floors and will house a new lounge, restrooms, program and retail space. The project also involves complete renovation/reconfiguration of the original building including new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

Work is scheduled for completion in summer 2021.

Hinman Dining Hall renovation 

Renovations to 48 Corliss Ave., Johnson City: Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Staff began moving into the new facility in December. The renovation of the first four floors of 48 Corliss Ave. in Johnson City created classrooms, simulation labs, offices, advising and conference space, an information commons, food service and public space for the Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Meanwhile, in late November, work began on the fifth and sixth floors for a project to create facilities for the new physical, occupational, and speech and language therapy programs, as well as space for a joint partnership with Upstate Medical University. Completion is expected in summer 2021.

Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Baseball Stadium Complex

Much of the work thus far has focused on underground work such as locating utilities, moving utilities and installing new storm, water and sanitary lines. Concrete work is underway as well to establish foundations for the facility. The project will create a new baseball stadium, clubhouse, indoor training facility, increased seating, locker rooms, batting cages, offices, study areas and athletic training room. Project completion is slated for early 2022. Renderings and more information about the project can be found here and here.

Library third-floor renovations

This project entails a complete gut and renovation of the Library South third floor, including asbestos abatement and installation of new flooring, ceilings and lighting. Mechanical systems serving the area will be replaced/upgraded including air handlers and chiller. The energy management system will also be upgraded so energy systems can be better managed and costs reduced. The third floor will be connected to the existing south stair tower. This project is currently in the planning/design phase. Project completion is anticipated in fall 2024.

Last Updated: 12/15/20