PROJECT TYPE: Illinois Capital Development Board (CDB)
PROJECT NUMBER: 816-010-041
PROJECT BUDGET: $2,964,940.00
ARCHITECT/ENGINEER: Doyle & Associates | Chicago, Illinois
The Governors State University Complex, constructed circa 1974, is a multi‐story complex of six interconnected units. Two additions were built in subsequent years including the Center for Performing Arts. The units are divided by elevation changes and area separation walls at the roof level. Interior spaces in these areas have been experiencing chronic damaging water leaks.
This project provides for complete Roof System replacement at Building “A”, Building “B” and the Center for Performing Arts.
Building “A” consists of six distinct roof areas for a total of 47,160square feet. Roof Areas A‐2 and A‐5 are elevated 7’ above the adjacent roof areas. Building “B” consists of three distinct roof Areas for a total of 28,568square feet. Roof A‐3 is depressed slightly and constrained by an area separation curb and existing windows.
The Performing Arts Center “PA” consists of eight roof areas for a total of 20,172 square feet. Roof Area PA‐1 sits atop the fly tower.
The total estimated roof area of 95,900 square feet is part of this project’s scope for roof replacement. This total contradicts the 75,500 square feet referenced in the original RFQ.
SCOPE OF WORK:
Scope of work calls for the removal and replacement of the entire roof assembly down to the structural concrete/metal deck. A predetermined square footage will be built into the project to address any unforeseen repairs to the concrete and/or metal deck due to water saturation below the insulation.
CURRENT PROJECT STATUS:
Exposed Tar Deterioration on "A" Roof
This project will begin in spring 2020
PHOTOS, DRAWINGS & RENDERINGS:
Excessive Ponding on "A" Roof