Plumley Building
MVCC Rome Campus
Rome, New York

         
Cost:
$29,000,000

Completion Date:
2017


New space totaling nearly 50,000 square feet is expected to be ready for use by students starting in fall 2017.

Additionally, the Plumley Complex will undergo a substantial update. The two new buildings of about 24,000 square feet each will be at either end of the Plumley building.




Quad - C
SUNY IT
Utica, New York

           
Cost:
$125,000,000
 
Completion Date:
2014
           




Governor Andrew Cuomo was in the Utica area on the latest leg of his Statewide Regional Economic Development Council Progress Tour, where he stopped at SUNYIT to mark the launch of construction on the Computer Chip Commercialization Center, or QUAD-C. It's part of an inter-regional nanotechnology partnership between SUNYIT and the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering. Under the vision and leadership of the Governor, QUAD-C will attract 925 high tech jobs to the Mohawk Valley.


The Quad-C is part of a technology complex that will include the Center for Advanced Technology and academic building.
In the Quad-C, researchers and industry partners will collaborate in support of the development and commercialization of nanotechnology.
                                                                     
The three-story building will include a state-of-the art “clean room” for nanotechnology research. 


The $125 million Computer Chip Commercialization Center, known as the Quad C, was completed by the end of 2014

 



Theatre, Studio Arts Complex
Hamilton College
Clinton, New York

           


Cost:
$46,800,000
 

Completion Date:
2014

 

The new theatre and studio arts building under construction is taking on a distinctive shape with its steel foundation in place. When complete the $46.8 million complex will encompass 81,000 square feet. View construction progress on the construction site's webcam.

Highlights of the new theatre facility will include a fully equipped flexible 175-seat theatre and a smaller laboratory theatre that will be used for senior projects, class projects, guest artists and some public performances.

The new studio art facility will feature common areas: large classrooms for a new Foundations course and for drawing, and an exhibition space where students will share their work with the campus and community audience.  Surrounding the core areas will be workshops, studios and support spaces for painting, printmaking, sculpture and other media.
 

A particular focus will be the interdisciplinary Studio for Trans-media Arts and Related Studies (STARS), where video artists will collaborate with others on a variety of interdisciplinary projects.​




Hancock International Airport
Syracuse, New York

           


Cost:
$63,000,000
 

Completion Date:
2013




Syracuse Hancock International Airport terminal security and access improvement project, which is a 147,000-square-foot (13,700 m2) renovation design project with an estimated cost of $63 million. The most critical components of the project include: post check-in TSA baggage handling, improved passenger screening, and sustainability. This project is 100 percent funded by PFC's (Passenger Facility Charges) meaning that no tax dollars will be used to construct this project. For more information refer to www.syrairport.org

This project connects Terminal A to Terminal B. This allows all passengers to be screened at a centralized location, and then proceed to their gate from the center. There will also be new concessions and restaurants housed in the new area, as well as in the existing areas of Terminals A and B. This will hopefully create greater appeal for new airlines to fly into Syracuse.
    

 

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The Wellin Museum of Art
Hamilton College
Clinton, New York

           


Cost:
$16,000,000
 

Completion Date:
2012



The Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College’s new 30,000-square-foot facility is a teaching space and creative laboratory where students are encouraged to ask questions, make connections between disciplines, and develop visual literacy skills critical to life and learning in the 21st century.

The state-of-the-art museum houses a 6,200-square-foot flexible exhibition space, soaring 27-foot-high glass cases housing much of the museum’s collection of art and artifacts, classrooms for object study and an intimate space for lectures, panel discussions and film screenings.  

The transparency and interactive participation emphasized in The Wellin’s teaching mission will be evident in the structure, especially the signature glassed-in storage and open archives. 

A staff of five or six is under consideration for the expanded space.
           
The Wellin currently is projected to run a $750,000 annual operating budget.          

           


 

 

 
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MVCC Jorgensen Center
Utica, New York

Cost:
$15,000,000
 

Completion Date:
2012

Built around the existing, 21,700-square-foot Gymnasium Building, the Jorgensen Center will add a 40,000 square foot practice facility and 5,000-square foot fitness center. Improvements to the current Gym will include an upgraded swimming pool and entryway renovations. Construction starts this month and is expected to be completed by January 2012.  

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SUNY IT Oriskany Hall
Marcy, NY

Cost:
$23,500,000

Completion Date:
2011

Construction of a 240-bed residence hall funded at $23.5 million has begun; it will be occupied for the 2011 fall semester.

The residence hall for freshmen will be constructed just north of the Campus Center parking lots. More than 85,000 square feet in size, "Oriskany Hall" will consist of a three-story main building with two smaller two-story wings. The name of SUNY-IT’s third residence hall complex was approved by the College Council last fall after campus-wide input was solicited on possible building names.

 

 

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SUNY IT Student Center
Marcy, NY    

Cost:
$13,800,000

Completion Date:
2010

This new 39,000 sf building will house the Dining Hall, Student Life Offices, Several Meeting Rooms, Movie Theater and Campus Radio Station.

The project will incorporate many "Green Building" products such as spray foam insulation and FSC Certified woods to attain a LEED Silver Certification.




The Student Center includes:

* A dining area with food stations providing varied menu choices.

* Multi-purpose rooms.

* Campus life offices.

* Offices and meeting rooms for student clubs.

* A game room.

* A theater.

* Lounges.

* Technology for wireless computing.

* A 20-foot media wall for displaying information about campus events and activities.

* An environment enhanced for computer gaming.   

 

 

 

 

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Masonic Care Community Boiler Plant & Laundry Facility
Utica, NY

Cost:
$8,504,250




Completion Date:
2010

This 20,000 sf building will house the new Boiler Plant & Laundry Facility for the campus. New Offices, Locker Rooms and Conference Rooms for the Physical Plant staff will also be built.

 

 

 

 

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Hamiton College
Kirner Johnson Building Additions and
Renovations
Clinton, NY

Cost:
$23,000,000

Completion Date:
2009
 

The multiphase project at Hamilton College consisted of extensive upgrades to the existing Kirner Johnson building including a new 48,000 square foot structural steel frame addition and the complete renovation of the existing 49,000 square foot concrete structure. This project marks the first new construction on Hamilton's Kirkland Campus in more than 20 years. Built on a confined site, the new addition winds its way between the existing and Kirner Johnson and McEwen Buildings. The addition houses 41 new faculty offices, four smaller 20 person class rooms and five seminar/conference rooms. The common area maximizes the use of natural light with the inclusion of a 4,000 square foot curtain wall, a clerestory and sloped glazing members.

Upon completion of the new addition, the original building was guttered back to structure. Minor modifications allowed for the installation of a second glass enclosed elevator. Renovations also included changes to the exiting 125 seat lecture hall and historic "red pit" lecture hall. Along with the two renovated lecture halls, four new flat classrooms and new department teaching centers for Sociology, History, Economic, Anthropology and Government studies were constructed resulting in an additional 36 offices. 

 

 

 

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St. E's Orthopedic Suite
Utica, New York  

Cost:
$1,500,000

Completion Date:
2009

This 6-month, second floor renovation included a new (14) Bed Orthopedic Suite with new waiting area, nurse station and patient showers. A new storage room was built over the existing patient discharge canopy as well. 

 

 

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Hamilton College
Unified Science Center
Clinton, NY

Cost:
$46,900,000

Gross Square Feet:
205,000

Completion Date:
2005

Hamilton College recognized a need to update and consolidate the Archeology, Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics, and Psychology departments to facilitate interaction between the sciences, students, and faculty. The Unified Science Center was constructed in two phases and resulted in a 70% increase in net square footage. The first phase added 100,000 new sq. ft. to the existing main science building, while the second phase involved the renovation of the existing facility. By carefully planning temporary relocations and phasing the final turnover, the project team was able to minimize disruptions to the campus throughout the academic year. 

 

 

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NYS Oxford Veterans Home
Oxford, NY

Cost:
$69,000,000

Completion Date:
2008

The Oxford Veterans Home project replaced the existing facility with a new 252 bed skilled nursing home operated by the New York State Department of Health

The Oxford Veterans Home project replaced the existing facility with a new 252 bed skilled nursing home operated by the New York State Department of Health

 

 

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Rome Memorial Hospital Emergency Room 
Rome, NY

Cost: 
$10,500,000

Completion Date:
2007

The new construction has nearly tripled the size of the hospital's Emergency Department from 3,700 square-feet to 10,500 square-feet. The project includes an additional 10,500 square-feet of space below and approximately 8,000 square-feet above the new Emergency Department to address other space shortage issues identified in the hospital's recent facility master plan.

 

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Foothills Performing Arts Center
Oneonta, NY

Cost:
$7,000,000

Completion Date:
2009



The Foothills Performing Arts Center will be a state-of-the-art performing arts facility. It's construction is dedicated to providing central New York with quality performing arts groups, modern educational and conference facilities, and a home for the areas already existing arts groups. The facility is built in three sections, the production center, the main theater with 1,200 seat capacity, and then a small multi-purpose theater and the grand lobby.

The center is being constructed on Market St. in downtown Oneonta. The site sits right below Main Streen and behind the parking garage. The finished center is projected to stimulate more economic and cultural growth in the community and surrounding areas. For more information go to the Foothills Performing Arts Center website.  

 

 

 

 

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