O&G is the construction manager for UCONN’s South Campus Infrastructure Project, which is being performed to support the new South Campus Residence and Dining Hall currently under construction. Engineered by BVH Integrated Services, Inc. and designed by Sasaki Architects, this $73M project commenced in July and is scheduled to be completed in May 2026.
Project elements of Package 1 include (underway now):
• Replacement of existing campus direct buried steam and condensate distribution systems, which includes site demolition, asbestos abatement, and site restoration; and
• Installation of new primary and emergency electrical and telecommunication duct banks, low-temperature hot water distribution, and chilled water distribution.
Project elements of Package 2 include:
• Expansion of the existing South Campus Chiller Plant to provide new utilities to support the new South Campus Residence and Dining Hall project, including primary and emergency electrical duct banks, telecommunication duct banks, low-temperature hot water distribution, chilled water distribution, relocation of existing utilities in and around existing South Campus Chiller Plant, ground loop heat exchange bore field and associated site demolition and restoration.
• Repairing or replacement of landscaping, walkways, and paved areas.
Project Team: Jason Travelstead, Project Executive; Mike Daley, Senior Project Manager; Brett Stackhouse, Project Manager; Bill Noll and Jim Nardi, Superintendents; George Parenteau, MEP Manager; Craig Miller, Senior Project Engineer; Earl Stevens and Ben Tapley, Project Engineers; Nick Ferro, Safety Manager.