Clark/Sullivan Construction has begun joint collaboration with H&K Architecture for the design of the renovation of the University of Nevada Reno’s Palmer Engineering Building.
The $10.5 million project includes renovations of the existing Palmer Engineering classrooms and labs, which enables the College of Engineering to keep pace with its rapid growth. Construction is expected to start in September 2016 and complete in April 2017.
“While we’ve completed a dozen major buildings for UNR in our history, this is our first involving a collaborative delivery method, which is construction management at risk (CMAR),” said Clark/Sullivan Vice President Jarrett Rosenau. “We look forward to working with H+K Architecture and UNR facilities leaders to meet their vision for this iconic building on campus.”
Rosenau adds, “We applaud UNR for using the CMAR process, because we know how effectively it works. We have completed more than 90 projects using collaborative delivery company-wide, so we know the college will get the best possible project by having the owner, architect and contractor working together from pre-construction through construction.”
Clark/Sullivan is a general contractor with offices in Nevada, California and Wyoming. They have been building public works, education, healthcare and a variety of other commercial building projects since
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