UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO

Over the past fifteen years, HUNT has been involved in various architectural and engineering projects for the University at Buffalo. These include, ADA improvements and utility upgrades to the Millard Fillmore Academic Center Tunnel, interior separation studies at buildings across the campus, and office renovations at the Alumni Hall sports facility.

HUNT operated under a three-year term agreement with the College. Projects completed under this agreement spanned from bridge inspections and rehabilitation, fire protection systems, parking lot creation, mechanical and electrical studies and designing new utilities systems.

Continuing our long history with University at Buffalo, HUNT recently completed infrastructure projects at the North and South Campus. Each project began with a study of the area's underground utilities. The extensive study of both facilities allowed HUNT to help the University in its efforts to plan for needed utility replacement. The studies and resulting models continue to be used to identify deficiencies in their current utility infrastructure and ways to improve capacities to accommodate future and present development.

The report at UB North indicated that the overall utility networks were in relatively good condition and the funding that was set aside for critical utility replacement was moved to other projects.

Results of the study at UB South indicated needed improvements beyond the initial project budget and the design of the new utilities was split into two phases. HUNT completed both phases through construction over the course of the next four years.

Client: 

University at Buffalo

Location:

Buffalo, New York

Scope:

Architecture

Site/Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Structural Engineering

Interior Design

Information Technology