Structural pedestrian bridge slab replacement includes elimination of the existing structure and replacing/installing a new one. The existing pedestrian bridge has deteriorated and is not structurally sound. The bridge slab spans from the entry/exit of the gym to a large slab on grade walkway.
Replace the gym floor in Roseman Building. The project will replace the existing Robbins Descol Pulastic GT100 Flooring system with a new maple hardwood floor. The existing subfloor is concrete and the project will evaluate the need for a manufactured sub-floor and a shock pad.
Repair Andersen Library's stone masonry. The stone masonry mortar joints located above the roof to wall transitions will be inspected and repointed as necessary. The mechanical louver and window frame-to-masonry joint sealants removed and replaced. Pre-cast concrete joint sealants removed and replaced and mechanical louver joint sealants removed and replaced.
The Campus Address Re-Alignment Project has been completed to improve emergency response, wayfinding and alignment with the City of Whitewater addressing grid. The address grid is maintained in an information technology platform for 911. Changes put in place ensure data in system is optimal for emergency response. This has been a joint effort between the City of Whitewater’s Planning Office and Emergency Response and Dispatch Office and UW-Whitewater’s Police Department, Parking Services, ICIT and Campus Facilities Planning Team.
UWW State Project List Status on current state projects on campus.
Instructional Space Improvements
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Athletic Complex Buildings (15J1P)
This project addressed facility and program needs for the football and baseball service buildings. For the football program, this included a single story addition to the north side of the Stadium Athletic Services Building, which allowed the locker rooms to be reconfigured for the home team and expanded therapy area, including three hydrotherapy pools. The existing building underwent a partial renovation. The building was in use for the Fall 2018 Football Season.
The Baseball Service Building was a little more complex. The former second story was removed and the new addition included a new 2nd floor and an addition to the east and south of the existing first floor. The first floor is dedicated to baseball team support areas, while the second floor provides administration offices for Men's Baseball and Women's Soccer, as well as spectator viewing areas for baseball games and other events. Rough-ins were included for a future Pressbox / Concession building behind home plate. Occupancy is in progress and will be ready for the start of the spring sport season.
Both buildings have expanded physical therapy areas available to all sport programs. The therapy area in the Baseball Services Building is accessible from the outside, thus making it convenient for the teams using the adjacent fields.
Student Affairs and Dean of Students Office Relocated to Andersen Suite 2130 - Mall Level
Over winter break 2019, the Student Affairs and Dean of Students Office relocated from Hyer Suite 200 to Andersen Suite 1230. The space is still undergoing some final reconfigurations and then the remainder of the Dean of Students staff will relocate from Hyer 1st Floor. Access to this department can now be done from a new exterior entry from the south end of Wyman Mall, closest to West Main Street.