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Bevier Hall Renovation

Last Updated: Monday, June 12, 2017

Status: Construction Phase

DESCRIPTION AND BACKGROUND:
Bevier Hall will be the third in the series of renovation to the Hasbrouck Complex that was started with Crispell Hall in the winter of 2010. Similar to the other renovations, Bevier will receive upgraded heating and ventilating, including electrical support and wifi throughout its facilities. Upgrades in the residence hall will also include a new elevator, enhanced student lounge space and overall lighting improvements. The renovation will also address a new roof, the entrances, windows, floors and bathrooms. Similarly to LeFevre Hall, the improved Bevier will have its main entrance leading up to the main level/first floor and down to the basement where the lounge, kitchenette, laundry rooms and study areas will be located. This is different from Crispell Hall in that there is no direct access from the main entrance leading down to the basement.

UPDATES:
Bevier hall closed in December 2016 for a total renovation to the building and it will be ready for occupancy for the Fall 2017 semester. All abatement has been completed. The contractor is working on interior framing, under ground plumbing and the roof deck. Interior drywall is going up, waterproofing the showers and bathroom fixture installation is happening and site work has been started on the west side. The project is scheduled for completion in August.

FACTS:

Estimated Cost: $19,075.00
Estimated Date of Completion: summer 2017
Architect: Arch+ Troy, NY
Construction Manager: Kemp Anderson, Project Manager
College Representative: Megan Smailer, Campus Architect
Contractor: PC Construction, South Burlington, Vermont
Source of Funding: DASNY