This project involves replacement or upgrade of one or more elevators at the development, including machinery and parts associated with the elevators and any required elevator room improvements. This may also include remote elevator monitoring system (REMS), and new slide entrances on both the main floor lobby and all accessed floors. The detailed scope of work is determined based on engagement of stakeholders and the specific design for the site.
Data updated as of August 01, 2022
Project Delivery Type: Design Bid Build
Pre-construction is underway, including material submittals, securing permits from local agencies such as Dept. of Buildings, approval of safety plans, and construction planning with stakeholders.
Planned Start Date: July 2017
Planned Start Date: August 2017
Planned Start Date: December 2020
Planned Start Date: September 2021
Estimated Budget: $29.53 million
41-01 12th Street
Project Contact: Robert Mitchell
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