23-9635 Building 201, First Floor Medical Imaging Administrative/Faculty Offices Renovation

This project will renovate approximately 21,000 gsf of existing, vacant space on the First Floor of Building 201 at UAHS to provide new Administrative and Faculty offices for the Department of Medical Imaging that will incorporate the latest, successfully implemented design attributes regarding this type of space. A preliminary programming / planning effort is currently completing that will provide pertinent information to be utilized by the Design-Build Firm/Team selected for this project.

23-9625 Shantz Building Renovation

Renovate the Shantz Building to update infrastructure, including all major mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems; and to repurpose building programming to meet the University's strategic research initiatives.

23-9636 Mining Mineral & Natural Resources Education Museum Renovation - Phoenix

The proposed scope of work includes design, construction management, and construction services. Pre-Construction Phase services will include complete design services; site surveying if required by design solution; geotechnical investigation if required by design solution; constructability reviews; building systems review and recommendations; construction scheduling; cost estimating; value engineering; recommendations for efficient project delivery; and preparation of a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP). It is intended that, after mutual agreement on the GMP, the agreement will be amended to include complete Construction and Warranty Phase services.

23-9642 CALS Food Products and Safety Lab Renovation and
23-9641 CALS Animal Feeding & Resource Capture Facility

The Campus Agriculture Center (CAC), located along Campbell Avenue near the Rillito River in Tucson, Arizona is a 160-acre Research, Teaching, and Extension facility which supports the functions of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) departments and will site both the Food Product and Safety Lab (FPSL) and the Animal Feeding and Resource Capture Facility (AFRCF) projects.

The FPSL has been operational since the 1970's and is need of upgrading and renovating to meet current standards and fulfill the University’s Research, Teaching, and Extension missions. The existing infrastructure, including the cooling/processing and handling equipment, needs replacement. Vehicular access and security systems need improvement for operational and maintenance efficiencies.

The AFRCF project will adaptively reuse an existing asset located at the CAC to facilitate the scientific research of ruminant biology regarding the waste-to-energy process involving anerobic digestion of bio-solids and liquids