Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) Library and Student Success Center Balance of Work Request for Prequalification and Project Information and Outreach Session

by June 24, 2019


Rodgers-Leeper will accept Trade Contractor prequalification applications for the Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) Library and Student Success Center (Balance of Work) for the following trades: Masonry, Carpentry and Casework, Roofing, Green and Paver Roofing and Accessories, Waterproofing and Sealants, Fireproofing, Exterior Metal Panel Systems, Glass Assemblies, Passage Door Assemblies, Service Door Assemblies, Drywall Assemblies, Acoustical Assemblies, Hard Tile, Terrazzo, Floor Coverings – Resilient and Carpeting, Wood Flooring, Painting and Wall Coverings, Demountable Partitions, Specialties, Operable Partitions, Theater Equipment, Window Treatments, Fixed Seating, Library Shelving, Elevators, Fire Protection, Plumbing Systems, HVAC Systems, Test and Balance, Integrated Controls, Electrical, Site Pavers, Landscape and Irrigation.  The prequalification deadline for submission is Monday, July 22, 2019.  Prequalification applications may be obtained at www.rodgersbuilders.com.  Prequalification applications submitted late or incomplete will not be reviewed.  Contact Chad Ek at cek@rodgersbuilders.com for further information.

Rodgers-Leeper will host a Project Information and Outreach Session for this project. This event will be held on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 3:30 PM located at CPCC Central Campus, Hall Professional Development Building, Room 304, 1112 Charlottetowne Ave, Charlotte, NC  28204 (located at the intersection with Elizabeth Avenue).  Interested participants, Minority, Women and Small Business Enterprises are strongly encouraged to attend this session.  Please contact Chad Ek at cek@rodgersbuilders.com to register for this session.

The Library and Student Success Center is a new, approximately 188,000 square foot, 4 level combined library, student success center and theater on the college’s central campus quad.  Construction funds budgeted are $76.5 million.  Programming also includes significant common areas, lobbies, collaborative stair, study lounges, multipurpose and conference rooms, event spaces, multiple student organization spaces, study areas, archives, reading rooms, stacks, computer labs, testing rooms, classrooms and offices.  The exterior veneer includes brick veneer, cast stone/precast, storefront, window wall, curtain wall, metal paneling, GFRP assemblies, modified bitumen / lightweight insulated concrete roofing systems, green roof systems and paver roofing systems.  Interior partitions are a mix of CMU, gypsum board / metal studs and glass demountable partitions.  Interior elements include PLAM cabinetry, specialty cabinetry and casework, wood plinths, metal paneling, folding glass partition, operable partitions, overhead doors and grilles and coiling counter doors, interior glass assemblies, decorative glass, window film and graphics, GFRG assemblies, acoustical and gypsum board ceilings, specialty ceilings, wood ceilings and wall systems, acoustical wall paneling, hard tile flooring and wall tile, terrazzo, carpet, luxury vinyl tile, epoxy resin flooring, wood flooring at the stage area and some common spaces, wall coverings, residential and commercial appliances, lockers, theater area seating, roller shades and theater lighting / controls / rigging / draperies.  HVAC systems include chilled beam component and tie into a central energy plant 4-pipe loop.  Exterior elements include significant landscape and hardscape.  Also included is renovation of a relatively small area where the Library and Student Success Center ties into the Central High building.

Scheduled bid opening for Balance of Work packages is mid-September 2019.  Construction commencement is in July 2019 (Site and Structure packages bid previously).

All communications for project specific information must go through Chad Ek.


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