J. Petrocelli Contracting, Inc. became Ammerman’s official contractor for the development of the New Life and Science Building. The $26,240,000.00 project will be completed by the third week in August as reported in the Summary Minutes Of the Board Of Trustees meeting on Dec. 5.
The 64,000 sq. ft. three-story building will consist of a steel superstructure which will consume less energy than a concrete superstructure and produce four times less waste with an external cavity wall around it. The front of the building will be made of glass curtain walls with metal mullions separating the glass, brick, and aluminum panels. When the renovations of the building are completed, it will be awarded the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification.
“I believe that a new building will bring about new ideas within the student,” student Rich Marandola…
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