The project consisted of the design and construction of a new 10,000 square foot, two-story theology center for Point Loma Nazarene University. Work included relocation of several underground utilities, excavation and grading, structural/architectural poured in place concrete walls, precast concrete trellis systems, outdoor patio areas and a new 400 square foot stain-glass window at the entrance to the structure. The interiors included teacher offices, administrative areas, a training room and a large reception area and deck. Work was completed on a very tight site, adjacent to an existing library and required extensive coordination.
Hughes Marino Construction Management (CM) played a key part in reducing the project cost by providing alternate design elements that would still match the adjacent structures, but resulted in substantial cost savings. One item included the substitution of other design elements to replace the precast concrete window surrounds that saved over $30,000.
Hughes Marino CM provided project management services including establishment of the overall budget and schedule, management of the design and construction documents, orchestration of the general contractor selection process and establishment of the GMAX and managing of the entire permit and construction process from start to final occupancy.
Square Feet - 10,000 SF
Contract Amount - $4.2 Million
General Contractor - Erickson Hall General Contractors
Architect - Architects MDWF