TSTC NORTH CAMPUS BUILDING ROOM 160 WALL & GARDEN CENTER

Location: Marshall,TX,UNITED STATES
Zip: 75672-7402
Project Type: New Construction
ProjectUse: College
Project Budget: 500,000 to 1,000,000 USD
Contact Method : With Contact Details
Name : Eloise Reed , PO BOX 1269 , MARSHALL , TX , 75671-1269 , Ph: 903 923-3203

Posted on :May 12, 2012
Last Updated :May 12, 2012
Bid Date: 31/05/2012

Description:

College, University – Miscellaneous

TEXAS STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE MARSHALL
NORTH CAMPUS BUILDING RENOVATION

demolish and remove the
Garden Center and construct a new wall across Room 160 inside the North Campus
Building at Texas State Technical College Marshall, Texas. The project consists of the
following tasks, but is not all inclusive.

NOTE: All construction and work performed on the building must meet all federal,
state, and local codes for commercial buildings to include but not limited to the
following:
• Submit paperwork for state handicapped accessibility and complete the final
ADA inspection for work performed
• Produce the architect drawing for all work performed
• Acquire all building permits

2.2 Task 1:

1. Demolish and remove all of the material used to cover the extension on the
northwest side of the TSTC building on the north campus. The area is
approximately 120 feet by 50 feet and is labeled as room 160A and 164A. All of the
material on the north, east and west side of this area including the roof is to be
demolished and removed. The contractor may salvage and retain the demolished
material. The south wall of this area, including the ramp to room 160 and the
doorway to room 164 must remain intact and serviceable. All of the rubble,
including the bricks from the west wall and any debris in the yard area, must be
removed to facilitate the construction of a parking lot.

2.3 Task 2:

1. Construct a new, non-load bearing wall, oriented North/South, approximately 38 feet
long, across room 160 in the TSTC Marshall North building. The wall will be 37 feet
from the west wall of the building and extend from floor to ceiling. Louvered vents,
adequate for the existing HVAC system, will be centered near the top of the wall.
“QuietRock 500” or similar soundproofing drywall will be used on both sides of the
wall. Ceiling tiles and floor tiles will be removed and discarded as necessary. The
drywall will be taped, smoothed, primed and made ready for paint.