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Facilities & Planning

College Station Housing

Construction & Major Maintenance Projects;

EH&S; and Maintenance & Operations

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2010-11 Current

Construction Areas

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College Station Housing

  • College Station Housing
  • A PSU project with American Campus Communities (ACC) to increase student residential facilities at PSU
  • Walsh Construction, Contractor
  • 368,612 GSF, 16 Floors, 978 Beds
  • Building to have student housing, three general pool classrooms, a lecture hall, ground floor retail
  • Construction is anticipated to start in early December 2010 and continue through Summer of 2012
  • Sidewalks and parking adjacent to the property will be closed throughout the project. Max Green Line service continues
  • PSU Project rep. Kate Vance
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Life Science Collaborative Building

OUS/OHSU Life Science Collaborative Building at South Waterfront

  • Located at OHSU Schnitzer Campus
  • New building anticipated to collaboratively house OHSU, PSU, OSU and private partners
  • 9-story – 364,000 GSF Project Budget $160M
  • Building program is in refinement and includes; life sciences education & research, ground floor retail & parking
  • Contracts for project development are in process
  • Estimated construction start Summer 2011
  • Estimated completion Winter 2014
  • PSU Project representative, Kate Vance
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Lincoln Hall Seismic and Systems Upgrade

  • State Deferred Maintenance $29.2 million
  • Main part of project completed in late August 2010. Building re-opened for use for Fall Term 2010 with FPA and General Pool classrooms re-opened
  • New Broadway Entry construction to begins late Spring 2011, with completion scheduled for late Summer 2011
  • Installation of Photovoltaic panels begins late Spring 2011, with completion scheduled for late Summer 2011
  • PSU Project Manager, Ron Blaj
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Science 2 & Science Research & Teaching Center

& Hazardous Waste Facility (SRTC)

● Building infrastructure upgrades and the expansion and modernization of labs and teaching space. State Limitation $45.3 M, various funding sources including General fund, grants, gifts, COPs, and bonds

● $2 Million CLEE research labs to complete construction this summer

● $2 Million EDA Grant to replace or add 71 fume hoods started Dec 2010

● $300,000 in student fees being combined with state bond match to upgrade the lobby.

● Completion of the project Aug 2011

● PSU Project Manager, Mark Fujii

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Campus Steam & Chilled Water Loop

Oregon Economic Stimulus Funded Project $17.5 million

● To improve and expand the network of heating and cooling piping throughout campus that forms our Campus Loop

● Leading to energy savings, more reliable service and increased capacity to heat and cool campus buildings . Estimated energy savings over $300,000 year

● Construction 7:30am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday; Intermittent noise and vibration. 93 jobs created

● Geothermal cooling of a new heat pump and chiller in SB2

● Federal Grant of $1 M awarded to use more of the heat in the geothermal wells

● Completion of project Summer 2011

● PSU Project Manager, Mark Fujii

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Peter Stott Center Energy Upgrades

● Provide energy upgrades throughout the facility. Upgrades include; HVAC unit maintenance/ replacement, Lighting replacement and door and window weatherization

● Funding provided by American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA- Fed. Stimulus), Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO), Business Energy Tax Credits (BETC) and PSU

● Anticipated construction: May 2011 – August 2011

● PSU Project Manager, Kate Vance

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Campus Wide Metering Study

● This project was implemented in order to achieve PSU’s metering and energy management goals

● Study provides a inventory of the existing meters on campus and where future meters need to be installed in order to achieve PSU goals

● Goal: All aggregate building utility usage be metered digitally and captured in real time

● Insite group is the project consultant

● Study Completed. Awaiting funding to install meters

● PSU Project Manager, Quinn Soifer

walk of the heroines phase 2
Walk of the Heroines - Phase 2
  • Additional Naming Wall
  • Stage with artistic paving
  • Art Boulder Hardscape elements
  • Additional Bench Seating
  • $370,000 budget of which is partially funded by PSU Students through the Student Building Fee.
  • Completion May 2011
  • PSU Construction Manager, Jennifer Sharp
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Potential Projects?

  • If you have a potential remodeling project in your plans contact our team and we will:
    • schedule a brief meeting to discuss scope
    • verify if project is feasible, or work with you to make it feasible
    • determine best delivery system – PSU crews or outside contractor, or consultant
    • manage design, permitting and estimating
    • oversee construction and completion of the project

Francis McBride

Construction

Project Manager

503-725-8944

mcbridef@pdx.edu

Ron Blaj

Assistant Director

Capital Project Management

503-725-4308

rblaj@pdx.edu

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Facilities & Planning - Reception

503-725-3738

Questions?

Ernest Tipton:

tiptone@pdx.edu

Ron Blaj:

rblaj@pdx.edu

Kate Vance

kvance@pdx.edu

Mark Fujii:

fujiim@pdx.edu

Jennifer Sharpsharpj@pdx.edu

Quinn Soifersoiferq@pdx.edu

our website www.fap.pdx.edu

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Our Role:

Help employees to work safely.

Help supervisors provide employees with the information, skills, & tools they need to work safely

Help administration to provide a safe workplace

Help maintain compliance with environmental health & safety regulations (DEQ, OSHA and others)

Environmental Health & Safety

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Requesting Service from EH&S:

Chemical Spill Emergency: 5-4404 (CPSO)

Odor Reports: Call Facilities at 5-3738

Please submit a Work Order for all other service requests, including:

- Ergonomic Assessments

- Hazardous Waste Pick-Up

http://www.fap.pdx.edu/workorder

Environmental Health & Safety

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Maintenance & Operations

  • Our team provides the following campus services:
    • Electrical
    • HVAC&R
    • Plumbing
    • Carpentry
    • Energy Management
    • Keys & Lockshop
    • Grounds Maintenance
    • Signs & Way Finding

Michael McBride

Lead Electrician

725-6062

mmcbride@pdx.edu

Rick Viaene

Chief Building Engineer

503-725-9996

viaene@pdx.edu

Gerry Gadberry Assistant Director

503-725-9972

gadberry@pdx.edu

Bob Folkerts

Building Automation Supervisor

725-9981

rgf@pdx.edu

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New telephone number effective May 2nd

725-2FIX(503-725-2349)

FAP web page changes coming in early May

http://www.pdx.edu/fap

Simplified layout

Easier to find information & resources

Facilities Work Order System