Dabney Lancaster Community College
The project consists of renovations and additions to Warren and Scott Halls and the relocation of the campus IT server. The single story buildings are composed of steel frame with CMU exterior walls and brick veneer. Warren Hall, constructed circa 1968, and totaling 11,145 square feet will be gutted to the existing structure. The building will receive a new HVAC and electrical systems. A fire alarm and wet sprinkler system will be installed. Hard wiring for data/comm will also be installed throughout. Additions will be constructed on the West and North sides of the building to allow for a tiered lecture hall and new entrance. The existing single-ply EPDM roofs shall remain and additions shall receive new single-ply EPDM roofs.
Scott Hall, constructed circa 1980, and totaling 36,223 square feet shall be partially gutted for renovation. The existing to remain portions of the building shall stay in service and occupied during the course of the project. Nielsen is responsible for maintaining the fire alarm, fire sprinkler, lighting, emergency lighting and exit lighting for the occupied portions of the building during the renovation. The renovated portions of the building will receive a new fire alarm and wet sprinkler system. The HVAC system will be reconfigured utilizing the Renovation and Addition to Warren and Scott Halls existing roof top HVAC units. New electrical shall be installed as well as hard wiring for data/comm throughout all renovated spaces. New restrooms shall be added to the renovated area. A new entrance canopy shall be added to the South side of the building. Existing roof is single-ply EPDM and shall remain.