SUNY Oneonta - Renovations of Math and Science Building, Hunt College Union and Alumni Hall

 Oneonta, New York

Sienna Environmental Technologies was selected by C&S Companies to provide environmental services for a Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing term contract with the State University Construction Fund in 2008. Sienna's scope of work on the following projects has included: 

Hazardous materials design services 

Asbestos inspection, and lead-based paint inspection 

PCB caulk/sealant inspection

During the course of this three-year term contract, numerous projects were completed at SUNY Oneonta, a mid-size public school nestled in the hills of Central New York.  The total construction cost was $3.18 million.

Alumni Hall Replacement of HVAC/Domestic Hot Water Equipment: Separated into three phases, this renovation of an instructional resource center included the replacement of HVAC/domestic hot water systems and was completed in December 2010.  This $2.6 million project removed the air handling units, associated louvers, ductwork, domestic water and steam piping, electrical branch circuitry associated with equipment removals, radiators, and window air conditioner units. 

Hulbert Dining Hall: This space underwent an HVAC upgrade that included the demolition of three air-handling units and associated duct/pipe, two exhaust fans, and all associated pipe, as well as the replacement of the electrical panels and associated internals and adjacent finishes.

Math and Science Building: This renovation project included demolition of HVAC units in the mechanical rooms and other HVAC upgrades throughout the building.