Designer Advertisement: Mann Hall Renovation

Project: Mann Hall Renovation, NC State Project # 202220021

Description: Mann Hall, approximately 80,000 GSF, was built in 1964 with no major interior renovations to date. The building will be renovated in phases to accommodate a portion of the anticipated College of Engineering growth. It will be the instructional home for first and second-year courses in the undergraduate engineering and computer science degree programs and will provide an “Engineering Gateway” experience on the north campus. The scope includes interdisciplinary, hood intensive engineering teaching and research labs, classrooms, computer labs, and faculty offices. The high-bay space on the first floor will be the home for NC State eSports with flexible gaming competition space as well as a production studio, break-out/practice rooms, and associated teaching space. The project will address deficient mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems and will bring the building into compliance with the NC State Building and Accessibility codes.

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Contact: For specific project inquiries – Melanie Butler, mdbodenh@ncsu.edu

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Pre-Submittal Meeting: A Pre-submittal Meeting will be held virtually on July 27, 2022, at 10:30am via Zoom meeting: Pre-Submittal Meeting. Attendance is not mandatory but highly encouraged. 

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Closing Date: 5:00pm, August 10, 2022

Project Budget: The project funding through advanced planning is $4,000,000. The total anticipated project budget for Phase I of the project is $34,000,000.

Submit Letter of Interest and SF330 Form to: Melanie Butler, mdbodenh@ncsu.edu

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