Construction and Maintenance
The Facilities Management Construction and Maintenance team provides all construction services from architect selection, programming, design development, construction documents, code review, bidding, contract award, and project management for the Capital Projects on the NDSU Campus. As part of the project management services, we have the responsibility for compliance with North Dakota Century Code, SBHE and NDSU policies as well as management of the project budget. We also have developed and are constantly updating the NDSU Campus Design Guidelines which help ensure our facilities are constructed to high quality standards. Our team is here to assist NDSU Departments with remodeling and renovations to existing facilities. We will provide a detailed estimate, manage the process from start to finish, and work to ensure the process is seamless and as non-disruptive as it can be. Our group assists in long term Campus Master Planning and can assist departments with their planning efforts. We also maintain campus maps and utility infrastructure drawings.
NDSU maintenance staff is always available for responsive and efficient building and system issues. We have licensed mechanics, electricians, plumbers, and skilled craftsman to assist with any of your needs. It is our dedication to provide quality work with a timely response to keep NDSU running efficiently. Our trades shops are made up of carpentry, cabinet shop, electrical, key/locks, painting, plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Our team manages the following contracted services: elevators, air compressors, fire alarms, fire suppression, and emergency generators.
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To receive copies of the full RFQ please contact Cheryl Cicha at 701-231-7912 or email@example.com.
Churchill is undergoing a major renovation that spans for two years. Phase 1 will be completed in the Fall of 2016 which includes adding drain tile, waterproofing to the perimeter, and adding egress windows for the lower level. Phase 2 will be completed by Fall 2017 and will include an interior renovation to the entire building.
New Resident Life Hall
The current design for the New Residence Hall encompasses an approximately 130,000 sq. ft., six-story tall building containing around 390 beds that will be targeted towards second year students. The first floor will incorporate the hall’s building services, public and community spaces, such vending, laundry, hall director office, community room, and tentative community kitchen, along with separate apartments for a Residence Hall Director and a Faculty-in-Residence. Floors two through six will each be separated into two wings that will accommodate all of the student resident rooms along with resident commons spaces. Each wing will house a 39-student ‘community’ composed of approximately nineteen 2-bedroom, double occupancy units with a shared bathroom and one separate single occupancy RA suite with bathroom along with a community study room. The two-bedroom double occupancy units average 630 sq. ft. each and the RA unit is 250 sq. ft. Each floor of two communities will share a central floor lounge, smaller study/huddle spaces and floor support spaces.
Resident Dining Center
The Resident Dining Center is adding space for another 200 seats and room to accommodate a meeting room for large groups to dine together. The project will open in time for fall semester 2017.
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The Engineering buildings received an interiors refresh this summer which includes improved hallway finishes and an update to six labs within the complex.
The research park continues to improve with the fit out of a high performance data center. The project will be complete for the spring semester 2017.
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Sandford Health Athletic Complex
Formerly known as Bison Sports Arena.
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Walkway Lighting Improvements
The State of North Dakota gave NDSU funding to improve campus safety and security. Part of the funding is being used to upgrade walkway lighting on campus. Old, inefficient globe lights are being replaced with energy efficient LED lighting. The new lighting helps people see further and improves the image for our security cameras.