MBP performed independent cost estimates on behalf of North Carolina State University under an on-call task-order contract. The projects estimated under this task-order agreement included the 1911 Building, Greek Village Phase I, Partners II, and Thompson Theater.
The project consisted of the renovation of an existing 48,500-square-foot building originally constructed in 1911 to include new faculty offices, seminar, and conference rooms.
Greek Village Phase I
The project involved the infrastructure construction on the first phase of the Greek Village to prepare the site for the construction of four houses including constructing roads, parking lots, utilities, stormwater management, landscaping, and associated demolition of several buildings, structures, and existing pavement.
The 1,000-square-foot Partners II Greenhouse included cast-in-place foundation walls, brick veneer, associated sitework and utilities, and greenhouse including heating, exhaust, watering, and automated controls.
Originally a gymnasium, the existing 52,500-square-foot building was renovated and converted into the Thompson Theater. The theater renovation included new theater facilities, studios, shops, and rehearsal rooms.