Summer construction projects on Green Bay Campus include MAC, Wood Hall and IS
Facilities has announced the following construction projects for the Green Bay Campus in summer 2021:
Mary Ann Cofrin Hall: Contractors will remove and replace failed wall sealants; repair brick and limestone masonry and mortar; remove ornamental steel frame at north elevation; wet seal window glazing gaskets; replace damaged thru-wall flashings; improve deficient areas of thermal and air barriers at roof to wall transitions; replace approximately 39,700 square feet of standing seam metal roofing and associated metal fascia and soffit; install gutters and snow retention systems at metal roofing; replace approximated 2,000 square feet of below-grade water proofing system, replace approximately 280 square feet of EPDM roofing; rehabilitate sloped glazing system; replace approximately 2030 square feet of translucent panel skylight system, and secure correction of site grading and drainage issues. This work will begin after the conclusion of the spring semester. It should be finished by the start of the fall semester.
Wood Hall: This summer, contractors will remove approximately 16,000 sf of EIFS and replacement with insulated metal wall panel system; rehabilitation of existing aluminum glazing systems using existing window components and new sealants; repair of cracked and severely spalled structural cast-in-place concrete; installation of snow guards at a building entry roof. This work will start after the conclusion of the spring semester. It should be finished by the start of the Fall semester.
Instructional Services: This summer, contractors will renovate approximately 16,583 GSF of the west third of the Instructional Services building (former WPNE spaces and loading dock area). The project will provide a new Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) and Physics Learning Center as well as a new Media Lab production center including audio and broadcast production and recording spaces, gaming streaming, radio studio, associated control rooms and support spaces, work area and an improved TV Studio. Access at the loading dock may be very limited or closed to all traffic during this construction period. This work will start in June 2021 and extend through the Fall semester. The goal is to be operational by the start of the spring semester.
Spring Steam shut-down: The campus will undergo its annual maintenance process on the central steam system. This means there will not be any hot water or building heat during this outage. The dates for this outage will be May 17–19.