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Bid Schedule






Project - McIver Relocation - 840 Neal Street
Bid date - May 24, 2017 | 02:00 pm

Location- Greensboro, NC

Owner- UNCG
Architect- Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates, PA
Description- Interior renovation of the 17,000 SF former Boys & Girls Club builidng constructed in 1957 and remodeled in 1979. Work includes, but not limited to-

  • Interior demolition and asbestos abatement
  • New 2,600 SF addition
  • New second floor system in exisiting gymnasium
  • Construction of new office spaces, restrooms and conference rooms
  • Site lighting and site improvements
  • New mechanical system
  • New TPO membrane roof system with insulation
  • New backflow prevention devices
  • New fire sprinkler system, including tapping existing water main
  • New fire alarm system
  • Installation of a new elevator



Project - Eastern Randolph High School Metal Shop Addition
Bid date - June 1, 2017 | 03:00 pm

Location- Ramseur, NC

Owner- Randolph County Schools
Architect
- Wright Architecture, PA

Description- Construction of a concrete block and steel frame building including structural steel, concrete block walls, concrete slab on grade and associated plumbing, mechanical and electrical work.




Project - Old Henderson Municipal Building & Fire Station #2 Renovations
Bid date - June 6, 2017 | 02:00 pm

Location- Henderson, NC

Owner- City of Henderson
Architect- Kilian Engineering, Inc.
Description- Includes but not limited to

  • Roof replacement
  • Interior upfits
  • Window and door replacement
  • Associated HVAC, electrical, plumbing and structural work



Project - Summit Building Renovation
Bid date - June 8, 2017 | 02:00 pm

Location- Durham, NC

Owner- Durham Technical Community College
Architect- Moseley Architects
Description- Interior renovation to the first floor of the Summit Building to house the corporate and continuing education, healthcare and hospitatlity programs for DTCC including classrooms, labs and offices. Renovations also includes replacement of roof AHU's and associated structural/roof work to accommodate the larger unit size.