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HARTNELL ADDITIONAL PROJECTS

Hartnell Community College District

Salinas, California

 

Performing Arts ADA & Upgrade Project

 

This project incorporated the renovation and upgrade of  a 30-year-old building on Hartnell’s main campus. The scope included bringing the building up to current fire/life/safety requirements, current ADA compliance, with general renovations to the building’s interior finishes as well as the replacement of the outdated HVAC system with a new energy-efficient unit.

The building is used for music and drama classes as well as hosting a local stage company in Salinas, The Western Stage.

FCS’s responsibilities for this project began with the RFQ/P process for the Architect of Record; working through the program and design development; construction documents; bid management, in addition to the management of the day-to-day construction.  

 

 

Hartnell Community College District

Salinas, California

 

NE Landscape Project

This 3-acre landscape project tied the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and Center for Assessment and Lifelong Learning (CALL) Building at Hartnell, together.  The project included new hardscape and landscape throughout the area to signify the entrance into the college from the northeast corner of the campus. Additionally, the project included a new terrace on the north side of the existing Student Center Building.

Starting with the RFQ/P process to select the Architect of Record, FCS’s responsibilities for the project included working through program and design development, construction documents, bid management and management of the day-to-day construction.  

 

 

Hartnell College/City of Salinas 

Salinas, California

 

Replace City Sidewalk and Bus Turnout


FCS directed the design, bid process and construction management for this project.  A total of 2500 LF of sidewalk was replaced and a new bus turnout was installed during this project.  

 

FCS managed all project meetings, inspections, change-order proposals and negotiation, scheduled updates, claim resolution, day-to-day construction, as well as progress payment verification.

 

Hartnell Community College District

Salinas, California

 

Infrastructure Phase II

The Infrastructure Phase II project consisted of the tie-in of water, gas and data that were instated as part of Hartnell Community College’s Infrastructure Phase I in 2004.  Isolator shut-off valves were installed at each building on the Hartnell Main campus, to allow for minimal interruption of service during any repair or maintenance to campus as a whole.  Prior to project, campus would be subject to a total shut-down.

FCS worked through the program and design development; construction documents; bid management, in addition to the management of the day-to-day construction.  

Hartnell Community College District

Salinas, California

 

Boiler Chiller / Energy Efficient Roof

 

The project consisted of the removal and replacement of the existing boiler on chiller on the roof of the College Administration Building (CAB).  In addition to the boiler and chiller replacement, the roof system was replaced with a more energy efficient system.

FCS gave input on construction documents, guided bid documents and procedure, presided over all OAC (Owner, Architect, Contractor) meetings, on top of monitoring and managing day-to-day construction.

 

Hartnell Community College District

Salinas, California

 

Pool Renovation Project

 

This project consisted of the re-plastering and re-tiling of the existing 50 Meter pool at Hartnell College.  In addition, new starting blocks and diving boards were installed.

FCS was responsible for the AOR selection process, user group programming meetings, design review, bid management and construction project management services for this project.

Hartnell Community College District

Salinas, California

 

College Administration TI Project

 

The tenant improvement project was a very complicated project with lots of moving parts.  FCS needed to manage the relocation of each department residing in the space, while construction took place.  Due to budgetary time restraints, moving the project into a faster pace, saved the District additional funds, and ultimately FCS was able to get the project finished early and under budget.  

 

FCS was responsible for the AOR selection process, user group programming meetings, design review, swing space, presiding over all OAC meetings, bid and construction/project management services for this project.