In August 2018, the State University Construction Fund selected Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. as their construction manager as part of a construction manager term agreement. The Project includes a full renovation of 73,980 square foot, 3 story late-1960s science building for use by Geosciences, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Information Studies. Other project features include exterior envelope reconstruction and preservation, as well as replacing current steps and ramp with a new barrier free accessible exterior entrance ramp and stairway to meet current standards. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2020.
The State University Construction Fund elected to hire Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. to manage this complex project scheduled to begin in 2019. The scope of the project entails reconstructing the central heating plant, originally built in 1950, to serve both the college as well as the adjacent Buffalo Psychiatric Center. The project will replace five existing steam boilers which have exceeded their useful lives and need to be replaced, with three new, more efficient natural gas boilers and associated distribution piping, systems and controls. Since the central heating plant no longer serves the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, this project will also renovate the existing plant into a smaller, more efficient building that is better integrated with the campus. Project completion is scheduled for 2021.