The Texas A&M University Chemistry Building underwent a significant renovation to provide multiple up-to-date laboratories. During construction, the third and fourth floors and some specialty rooms had to remain operational, which presented a unique challenge. Precise coordination and logistics were necessary to limit the number and length of shutdowns.
|DSI Roles||Mechanical Contractor
Medical Gas Contractor
|Self-Performed Work||HVAC Piping
HVAC Sheet Metal
Medical Gas Piping
|Project size||Approx. 66,000 sq. ft.; 5 floors|
|Total Volume||Approx. $11 million|