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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE

February 7, 1997
2:00-3:00 p.m., East Oval Room


I. CONSENT AGENDA

EASEMENT (CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE, GAS DIVISION) HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS BUILDING -- For economic and environmental reasons the University plans to replace the oil-fired boilers in the High Energy Physics building with high efficiency, natural gas units. The easement will permit the City to extend its gas lines to the building.

II. ACTION ITEMS

A. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY BASEMENT DEVELOPMENT AND RENOVATION -- This project involves the development of 11,200 square feet in the basement and the renovation of 59,100 square feet on the first and second floors. The architect, Ayers/Saint/Gross, working with the University Architect has developed architectural design guidelines for the project.

B. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, STUDENT HEALTH CENTER ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS -- This project will provide an addition of 13,800 square feet and will renovate 6,600 square feet in the building. It will facilitate the consolidation of Counseling and Psychological Services with the Department of Student Health. The architect, Toby + Davis, working with the University Architect has developed architectural design guidelines for the project.

C. ARCHITECT SELECTION, RENOVATION OF SCIENCE BUILDING AT CLINCH VALLEY COLLEGE -- This project is a feasibility study for the renovation of the Science Building at Clinch Valley College. The Selection Panel recently completed the selection process and ranked the firm of VMDO Architects of Charlottesville, Virginia as its number one choice.

D. ARCHITECT SELECTION, THORNTON HALL CLEAN ROOM LAB RENOVATION -- This project will allow the Electrical Engineering Department to expand their Class 10,000 Clean Room to accommodate additional equipment for the use of a new senior faculty member who will be performing microelectronics research. The Architect Selection Committee recently completed its selection process and ranked the firm of Kling- Lindquist of Washington, D.C. as its number one choice.

III. REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

A.1. THE McCUE CENTER THIRD FLOOR -- The University is proceeding with the third floor fit-out of the McCue Center to accommodate offices and physical therapy spaces. The project is out to bid and is planned to be substantially complete by August 1, 1997. HealthSouth provided the architectural design services as a gift to the University.

A.2. Special Collections Library -- Site analysis activities are proceeding. Mr. Small and Mr. McNeely met with Governor Allen on December 9, 1996 to discuss the project's scope, need, and funding requirements.

B. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS -- There are no major changes to the Design Review Status, Major Projects, Professional Services Contracts, and Pavilion Occupancy reports.


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