UNH Quad Way Utilities Reconstruction
In March of 2016, Charters Brothers was selected by the University of New Hampshire as their Construction Manager entrusted to manage a high risk multi million dollar utility and infrastructure upgrade on their Durham campus. A very aggressive, challenging, fast-track project with a mandatory completion
date of August 10, 2016.
The project consists of the complete replacement of approximately five acres of underground utilities in the heart of the campus and is situated between five multistory dormitories. The work includes replacement of over 4,000 lf of pre-engineered heat piping fed from the central power plant, 5,000 lf of sewer, water and storm drain piping and site restoration including over 6,000 sf of new paving, new granite curbing and landscaping.
|Owner:||University of New Hampshire|
|Delivery Method:||Construction Manager at Risk|
|Challenges:||Fast Track Summer Slammer, Occupied Campus, Budget|
|Results:||Ahead Of Schedule, Under Budget|
“The University had no issues and was very impressed with the quality of workmanship. Quality of work was excellent. Some work items were tested by a third party and there were no issues with any of the tested work. There was a great team atmosphere on the project between Charters, the subcontractors, and the University.
It was apparent that safety was a top priority for Charters. The site was kept clean and Charters was very responsive to the University’s requests and needs related to housekeeping. The on-site superintendent was very experienced and knowledgeable and well-suited for this project. He was responsive to the needs of the University and was very good at motivating members of the project team to perform well.”
Kathleen M. Jones, P.E.
Facilities Project Manager
University of New Hampshire
Facilities Project Management