An 85,000 SF, 8th story building for labs and office featuring astronomy and physics labs and a roof top astronomy observation deck. Project also includes the demolition of existing structure. Contract model CM @ Risk with GMP. Contract amount $44 M. Owner: University of California at Berkeley, Architect: Studios Architect. The estimate was exactly in line with 25 bid packages, with great client satisfaction.
2012-2014; $56 million on budget, 53,000-SF remodel and addition to existing Boalt Hall, consisting of two underground levels and two levels above-grade within the courtyard adjacent to the existing Law Building on the UC Berkeley campus. The project will provide needed instructional space, compact library shelving, student study and interaction areas, and a café. Approximate 28 month schedule.
2012-2014; $91 million on budget, approximately 150,000-SF, two-story underground facility cast-in-place concrete landform building that is set back into the sloping landscape on the west side of historic California Memorial stadium. The center contains space for strength and conditioning training, team offices, conference and support spaces, laundry, video services and an academic center. The building’s roof will serve as a public plaza for the entrance to the stadium.
New $40 million parking garage to replace a previous structure built an athletic field on an elevated deck. The new facility encompasses 385,000 square feet and contains 1,000 parking stalls in the 4–level below grade structure and features a new multipurpose field on top at the College Avenue level.
Provided construction management services for new $30 million, 86,000 square foot facility containing a student dining facility and university administrative office space. The dining facility consolidated and replaced two existing dining halls. The administrative office space allowed the University to consolidate offices from multiple temporary facilities into a single permanent building.
Renovation, expansion and seismic upgrade of the former Harmon Gymnasium, built in 1932, to accommodate NCAA Tournaments. The $48 million project increased the seating capacity from 6,600 to 12,000, and added an 8,000 square foot VIP room, new concession areas, expanded conference areas, and improvements in weight and training areas.
2006 – 2008; Wellness Center – approximately a $72M on budget, 159,000 SF, three-story wellness center consisting of a Gymnasium, 12-lane, 25-yard indoor pool, physical education classrooms, dance studio, faculty offices, fitness center and locker room. Student Health Center – approximately a $11M on budget, 21,000 SF, two-story student health center consisting of clinics and classrooms. Child Development Center – approximately a $5M on budget, 11,000 SF child development center consisting of offices, a kitchen, classrooms and an exterior court. 3 separate buildings phased over 3 years.
Renovation and upgrade of this 5–level, 350,000 square foot historic office complex. Work encompassed complete remodel of three floors, upgrading infrastructure and utility systems, and wiring the entire building with new voice and data network systems. Facility houses administrative and academic units and the Center for Social, Behavioral and Policy Sciences which unites about half of the faculty scientists, doctors, researchers and students working together in one facility. Also features a cafeteria and an 8,000 square foot child care center.
Renovation of the existing coffee house that contained two distinct serving areas divided by the kitchen. This $6 million project integrates the two spaces and two different construction types into one unified, coherent space and expands the space by about 2300 square feet for a total of 25,200 square feet encompassing kitchen, food service area and seating areas.
Cost estimating services for this 18,430 square foot, two–story wood framed renovation. The $7 million project encompasses demolishing and modernizing a major portion of the interior facility and a portion of the building envelope. The first floor houses all kitchen facilities and food services while the second floor serves as the dining area. First floor renovations include the construction of five new food platform stations and a convenience store. The second floor, reconfigured and expanded, creates a more open dining space, while a portion of the roof becomes an outdoor dining patio. The renovation, designed to achieve LEED Silver Certification, includes HVAC, plumbing and electrical upgrades.
Cost estimating services for this new two–story 55,000 square foot University Center designed by Gensler, who created a contemporary design using traditional red brick with large expanses of glass. The $30 million facility features a two–story entry atrium that serves as the University’s primary welcome and information center. Outdoor promenades on both floors provide direct access to the building’s services. The Center houses the bookstore, a student cafe on the lower level and a 500–seat dining facility on the upper level, a mail center and office, conference and event areas.
Cost estimating services for new two–story, 56,000 square foot facility to consolidate student services on campus. The $34.5 million facility will serve as a new welcoming gateway portal to the campus, being highly visible from the Campus core and Hesperian Boulevard.
Cost estimating services for this $3.2 million renovation and modernization of the planetarium and its associated lecture halls. Considered the jewel of the campus, the planetarium needed to be ADA accessible and the lecture halls updated for high technology and for multimedia rich educational experiences.
Cost estimating services for the new 14,100 square foot, two–story structure to house the College District’s Information Services group. The $9.8 million facility includes an upgraded data center, designed to handle the District’s growth needs for many years. The building incorporates many sustainable design concepts including proper building orientation, efficient lighting and mechanical systems, natural daylighting for energy conservation and improved work environment, and low VOC materials use.
Cost estimating services for the $7.7 million reconstruction of the existing pool and new construction of the dressing room and restroom facility.
Cost estimating services for the $5.6 million, 6,300 square foot addition that includes three new science laboratories for natural history, cells–micro, and anatomy/physiology. The project also includes additional storage and preparation rooms for each laboratory. The addition will provide increased capacity for science instruction and allow instructional continuity in this department during reconstruction of the entire Mathematics and Science Building.
New 2–story, 30,000 square foot facility designed to support a flexible academic environment. The Center contains instructional computing and distance learning in its classrooms as well as a 100–seat lecture hall. The $21.9 million facility creates a new western gateway to the college.
Preconstruction services for Vista Community College, a member of the Peralta Community College District, for a new campus in downtown Berkeley to meet the demands of urban education in the 21st century. This dynamic new facility is a 6-story, 165,000 square foot contemporary building with 35 classrooms, library and learning resources center, computer laboratories, science laboratories, studios, administrative offices, and a 250-seat auditorium. Special features include a central six- story atrium with a skylight to bring natural light into the building; ground floor atrium space for receptions, exhibits, and community gatherings; modern communications and security infrastructures throughout the building; and three high-speed computer operated elevators. The project participated in the LEED and Green building programs as well as the Prop 47 Energy Grant programs offered by the state. Henry Tooryani provided the preconstruction services encompassing planning and scheduling, estimating, value engineering and constructability reviews for this new downtown campus. His construction cost estimate was $41,900,000; the bid came in at $40,400,000.
Cost estimating and constructibility review services for the $15.5 million renovation and modernization of the physical education center. Project includes a new gym floor, new roof, new lighting, new HVAC systems, renovation of the entire gym, ADA upgrades, solar thermal to heat the pool, and reconfiguration of locker rooms to provide equal space for men and women. The modernized center features photovoltaic technology to provide half of the electrical energy required for the facility.
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