Key Contacts and Bid Documents
Submit bids to: Construction Manager
Architect: Goody Clancy Architecture Planning
Roger Goldstein
(Architect/Principal
420 Boylston St Boston, MA, 02116-4002
Construction Manager: Whiting Turner
Liz Thomas
(Project Mgr)
2 ENTERPRISE DR SHELTON, CT, 06484-4600
Electrical Engineer: BVH Integrated Services
1 GATEWAY CTR Suite 701 NEWTON, MA, 02458-2879
General Contractor: Mather Corporation
21 West Dudley Town Rd BLOOMFIELD, CT, 06002
Mechanical Engineer: BVH Integrated Services
1 GATEWAY CTR Suite 701 NEWTON, MA, 02458-2879
Owner (Public): UCONN Capital Project and Contract Administration
Mary Kate Sullivan
(Purchasing Agent II)
3 DISCOVERY DR UNIT 6047 STORRS MANSFIELD
CT, 06269-0001
Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Associates
111 Devonshire Street Boston, MA, 02109
Contractor: Dicin Electric Company Inc
156 Cross Rd Waterford, CT, 06385-1215
Contractor: Milton C. Beebe
12 Beebe lane STORRS MANSFIELD, CT, 6268
Notes: CMUS01 – Phase 2 Prequalification Collaborative Outreach Event November 27 at 5:00 PM (EST) at University of Connecticut, Edward V Gant Science Complex, IMS Room 20, 2152 Hillside Rd, Storrs, CT 06269 –
Addenda film date: 01/07/2017
Addenda receive date: AN/-2/07-J
Construction Document Links:
RFQ/SUB: UCONN/Storrs Gant Building STEM (Renovations)
Additional features: Gant Building Renovations Project will renovate approximately 285,000 SF of lab, office and mechanical equipment space in the existing Gant Building Facility, during multiple phases. The adjacent wings of the Gant Building Facility will be occupied during the Construction of each phase – The Phase 2 package is intended to renovation roughly 87,000 SF – Phase 2 is anticipated to take place from July 2019 through December 2020 – Phase 1 work began July 2017 and should be completed December 2018

Aerial lift equipment to be possibly rented: “boom lifts, telehandlers, lull, scissor lifts, rough terrain scissor lifts, rough terrain forklifts, lift trucks, articulating boom lifts, telescopic boom lifts, cranes, backhoes, loaders, skidsteers, light towers and more.”