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Heintz Center HVAC Upgrades - Phase I Project
The 2016 Heintz Center HVAC Upgrades, Phase I Project was funded through conversion of remaining GO Bond funds to HEAPR and transfer of remaining HEAPR funds from past campus projects. This project is the first of three project phases to upgrade the HVAC system and connect the Heintz Center into the Central Chiller Plant that was completed in 2014 as part of the Workforce Center Addition Project. The Phase I construction work is contained within the Heintz Center A-Wing area and was completed in June of 2017.
The core components of the Phase I project are:
- Removal of all Heintz Center A-Wing rooftop Air-Handling Units
- Construction of a new mechanical room in the current HA106/HA123 classrooms
- Installation of new chilled water piping from Mechanical Room H1117 to serve the A-Wing area
- Removal/Replacement of exterior vestibule H10 door/frame
- Increased occupant comfort and energy efficiency
Rochester Regional Sports Stadium - Phase III Expansion
The Regional Sports Stadium - Phase III Expansion was an expansion to increase seating capacity from 1,500 to 5,000 seats, create a new entrance building that would include ticket sales, restroom facilities and a new stadium building that would include changing rooms, concessions, and restroom facilities. The seating expansion phase of this project was completed in the fall of 2014 and the entrance and stadium support buildings were completed in fall of 2015.
Career and Technical Education Center at Heintz (CTECH)/Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Village Addition
The CTECH / STEM Center was a construction and remodeling project that included a new building of approximately 20,000 GSF with classroom and lab spaces for career, technical education and training, administrative/faculty support space, relocation of the Health Science Careers Center (HSCC), and a remodeled area within the existing Heintz Center building for a STEM Center to provide shared k12 educational resources. The STEM Village remodeling project was completed in the summer of 2015 and the CTECH building was completed in the summer of 2016.