UC Santa Cruz is undertaking a major housing initiative. The Student Housing West project is part of President Napolitano’s system-wide initiative to build 14,000 beds across the UC by 2020. The UCSC initiative was announced in December 2016.
The Merced 2020 Project will see the Merced campus expanded to support a significant increase in student intake including enhancements to academic, administrative, research, recreational, student residence and student services buildings, utilities and infrastructure, outdoor recreation and open space areas, and associated roadways, parking and landscaping. The project is intended to be completed in phases and is slated by UC to cost circa USD 1bn.
WT provided P3 Advisory, Cost Consulting Program Management, Transaction Management, Project Management and Stakeholder Management services to UTSA.
WT Partnership provided Employer’s Agent, CDM-Coordinator and Quantity Surveying services and was involved from site acquisition pre-planning through to final account.
WT has been engaged to provide end-to-end design review cost consultancy services for the Federal Way Elementary School District's facility improvement. The levy, which passed in 2012, has three primary goals. First to rebuilding Federal Way High School which shall improve the public school district facilities. Second is to improve 19 elementary school playgrounds across the district of Federal Way - providing state of the art recreational facilities supporting child developer and finally improve the security of the entire district by providing security cameras district-wide.
The 2017 Bond projects for Orcas Island School District in Washington State includes several independent projects targeting an upgrading four of the District’s existing buildings. Also included is a portion of new construction that will add a Multi-purpose room adjacent to the new band room completed in the previous bond work. Site work will include upgrades to the site access road and parking lot, a new track and field and limited pedestrian sidewalks and paths.
The North Building Phase B – a 210,000-square-foot, six- story facility that will complete the renaissance of the northern end of the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus, will house new active learning classrooms and some administrative space. The building will be the new home of the Departments of English and Drama, Philosophy, Historical Studies, Language Studies, Political Science and Sociology.