August 30, 2017

Higher Education

University sign and building

Sci-Tek offers an outstanding team of engineers, scientists, and other professionals who are familiar with HIGHER EDUCATION facility design requirements.  In the last five years, Sci-Tek completed several educational facility projects with a total value of over $450,000 including projects at higher educational facilities such as Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), the University of Pittsburgh, Community College of Allegheny County, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, LaRoche College, Cheyney University, and Edinboro University.  Services have included:

  • Surveying
  • Site design
  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Construction management
  • Environmental assessments
  • RFP preparation
  • Proposal evaluation
  • Contractor selection

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS

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Ridge Avenue Revitalization Project

Community College of Allegheny County

Sci-Tek provided civil and environmental engineering services for the CCAC Ridge Avenue Revitalization (Backfill) Project at the Allegheny Campus. The project involved relocation of the arts and humanities programs from the Visual Arts Building to West Hall; enhanced student development and success programs to Foerster Student Service Center; new student life, retail and activity programs to the pool level of the Physical Education Building; and updates to the student support center and bookstore spaces in the Library Building.

IUP Humanities

New Humanities Building

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Sci-Tek was retained as a sub-consultant to provide site civil design for a new classroom building for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at IUP. The new building replaced two existing antiquated classroom buildings, Keith and Leonard Halls. Our scope of work included schematic design, Phase I ESA, site civil design including stormwater management features, and construction management and inspection.

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Alumni House for Executive Administration

Carnegie Mellon University

Sci-Tek performed a geotechnical engineering subsurface exploration for a proposed 19ft wide by 22ft long 3-story addition to the Carnegie Mellon University Alumni House for Executive Administration located at 5017 Forbes Avenue.  The addition includes an 8ft wide by 10ft long elevator shaft.