Bucknell University

Project Background

Reynolds was hired by Bucknell University to provide fundamental and enhanced commissioning services for four projects.

Students Apartments and Commons Building Commissioning

There are four student apartment buildings, each consisting of four floors and a partial basement, surrounding a central commons building. The 165,000-square-foot complex provides apartment-style living as well as dining and event space. The HVAC systems for student apartments connects to existing University distribution for low pressure steam and chilled water. The project is LEED Gold certified.

Graham Building Commissioning

The 35,000-square-foot facility includes a second-floor wrestling center that features locker rooms, practice areas, and athletic training and support spaces. The first-floor health and wellness center houses student health facilities for counseling and fitness. The project is LEED Silver certified.

West Building Commissioning

The 70,600-square-foot Academic West Building is connected to the existing campus utilities for heating and cooling, has energy recovery ventilators and variable frequency controllers, a rainwater harvesting system, and has laboratory fume hoods and lab utilities. The project is LEED Silver certified.

Fraternities Commissioning

Reynolds commissioned two new fraternity buildings, each 12,000 square feet. Both buildings are connected to campus utilities for heating and cooling. This project is LEED Silver certified.

Project Specs

Solutions: Commissioning & Engineering
Square Feet: 294,600 total new construction
Construction Cost: $105.5 million

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