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PROJECT TITLE:

CHESS New Experimental Hall

DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT:

The New Experimental Hall (NEH) project includes the construction of a new +/-16,000 SF building to provide space for research involving a high magnetic field and x-ray beams, and associated support spaces.  Site work includes but is not limited to demolition, abatement, utilities, storm drainage, paving, stairs and other hardscape, retaining walls, landscaping, lighting other improvements. The building structure and enclosure shall include foundations, walls, superstructure, enclosures and roofing. Interior construction includes carpentry, glazing, finishes,  fire protection, plumbing, mechanical and electrical work.

Note: Due to the recent COVID cases increase, Contractors participating in the in-person walkthrough must present a valid ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a recent negative COVID test (within 72 hours prior), before entering the building. Masks are required and social distancing will be enforced.

ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION BUDGET:

$16M - $18M

PRE-BID MEETING:

12/22/2021 at 9:00 AM
Zoom meeting with virtual walkthrough

BID OPENING:

01/26/2022 at 3:30 PM
Bid Module - results will be posted to this website

PROJECT SCHEDULE:

Start:
Within fourteen (14) days of written authorization to proceed
Completion:
October 15, 2023

ARCHITECT/ENGINEER:

Steven Fernaays
SWBR Architecture, Engineering & Landscape Architecture, DPC
387 East Main Street
Rochester, New York  14604
585-232-8300; Fax 585-232-9221
Email: sfernaays@swbr.com
 

INVITED BIDDERS:

Andrew R. Mancini Associates, Inc.
DiPasquale Construction, Inc.
Hueber-Breuer Construction Co., Inc.
LeChase Construction Services, LLC
The Pike Company, Inc.
Streeter Associates, Inc.
Welliver McGuire, Inc.
607-754-7070
585-352-4410
313-476-7917
315-423-0015
585-271-5256
607-734-4151
607-535-5400
607-786-0410
585-352-7119
315-476-7990
315-423-0054
585-271-3101
607-732-2952
607-535-9254

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