This design and construction project involved replacement of several utility systems along Quad Way, including heating hot water, domestic hot water, domestic cold water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer, as well as roadway, sidewalk, staircase, and landscape reconstruction. At a value of over $3M, it was the largest single construction project ever undertaken by UNH Facilities as the primary stakeholder, and the first of its type accomplished in recent history where an entire section of campus was closed to traffic and vacated for the summer. Close to $3M in construction was completed between academic semesters in just 12 weeks, and despite adding over $100,000 in scope during construction, the project was delivered on time and under budget. This approach to reconstruction of the utility systems and the “campus neighborhood” proved to be a success thanks to the hard work by the entire project team and stakeholders involved in the project.

Project Type


College or School

College of Professional Studies Granite Division

Program or Major

Project Management


Fall 2016


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