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Melvin Garb Hillel Center – SDSU

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Description

This project consisted of the demolition of two single family dwellings on two adjacent properties to make way for a new two-story, 10,500 square foot student center. The building has a large multi-purpose room, kosher kitchen, library, student work area, and living room with an adjacent coffee bar, a second floor patio that has garden space overlooking the grass quad and outdoor gathering space with comfortable furniture and a BBQ. The exterior of the building is a combination of stucco, siding, CMU block and high performance glazing systems. The roof is covered with a photovoltaic array which offsets power consumption and serves as an integral part of the building’s accomplishment of receiving LEED Gold certification. Site improvements included a complete re-grading of the site, preparation for and installation of permeable pavers for the parking lot, site walls and fencing with automatic gates and a trash enclosure.

Added Value

Hughes Marino Construction Management (CM) was instrumental in successfully coordinating the approval of the Site Development Permit, as well as the coordination of the estimating, bidding, construction and move-in phases.

Service Provided

Hughes Marino CM provided construction management services including management of the entire vendor selection process, Site Development process, design and construction process, as well as establishment and monitoring of the project schedule and budget; change order review and negotiations; monitoring RFIs, submittals and general contractor buy-outs.

Project Details

Square Feet - 10,500 SF

Contract Amount - $3.8 Million

Project Categories

Industry - Education, Religious

Amenities - Dining Area, Kitchen, Outdoor Space

Project Type - Ground-Up Construction, LEED Certified

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