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    • building futures w w w. k b e b u i l d i n g. c o m Connecticut | Northeast Region • Maryland | Mid-Atlantic RegionFor more information:Cora HarkinsManager of Business Development30 Batterson Park RoadFarmington, CT 06032860.284.7622charkins@kbebuilding.com
    • firm profileRegionally located in Farmington, Connecticut, and Columbia, philosophy is the most significant source for our great successMaryland, KBE Building Corporation is a $300 million, and growth over the past twenty years - from a $25 million infull-service construction firm offering design-build, annual volume company to a $300 million company today.construction management, and general contracting services to Engineering News Record, one of the industry’s most respectedmeet our clients’ needs. publications, ranks us among the Nation’s Top 400 Contractors.Our strong work ethic, commitment to safety, customer service, project experienceand quality construction remain our core principles. As one of Our clients tell us they value our sense of urgency and our clearthe region’s largest and most successful contractors, KBE commitment to team collaboration in achieving project goals.Building Corporation continues to grow and achieve exceptional Our superior customer satisfaction speaks for itself through theresults for our clients. high percentage of repeat business we earn.We offer the philosophy, availability, and hands-on expertise of Our experience includes the following project types:an organization that is one of the leading construction firms on • Higher Education, Secondary Education,the East Coast. Our clients receive personalized service while Elementary Educationbenefiting from our financial stability, dependability, and • Academic and Athletic Facilitiesbuying power. Our accredited safety and compliance programs • University Residence Hallsgive our clients peace of mind and are a point of pride for our • Federal, State, and Municipal Facilitiesorganization. Through our technological sophistication, clients • Laboratory Facilitiesand consultants have 24/7 online access to all critical project • Corporate Office and Tenant fit-upsdata, ensuring the vital communication needed to deliver • Health Care, Senior Housing, and Assisted Livingsuccessful projects. Our size, financial strength and $500 million Communitiesbonding capacity puts a level of purchasing power behind your • Corrections, Judicial and Public Service Facilitiesprojects that few contractors can match - all without sacrificing • Financial Institutionsthe individualized service or attention to detail you deserve. • State and Municipal Buildingss • Retail Centers and Retail Facilities (Specialty, Mid-Box, andan “owner’s” contractor Big Box)We view ourselves as an “owner’s contractor” - an outgrowth of • Hotels, Hospitality and Entertainment Centersour founding 51 years ago as the construction arm of a major • Community, Athletic and Fitness CentersNortheast developer. While 100% of our work today is for • Movie Theaters and Performing Arts Centersthird-party clients, we haven’t lost the training and philosophy • Parking Garagesgained in those early years. We still view each project as if it were • Warehouses and Distribution Centersour own, and work hard to ensure that every project lives up toand exceeds the owner’s expectations. This “owner’s”
    • university of virginia design-buildkellogg house residence hallcharlottesville, va owner University of Virginia architect JSA Architects Silver Spring, MD size 54,000 sf cost $14.35 million services Design-Builder & Constructor Five-story residence hall provides 191 new student beds, and an additional 9 beds for resident assistants and staff. Structural steel and masonry construction.
    • university of connecticut design-buildhilltop residence hallstorrs, ct owner University of Connecticut architect Newman Architects New Haven, CT size 138,000 sf cost $18.3 million services Design-Builder & Constructor The KBE/Newman team designed and constructed this 450-bed dormitory in just 12 months, which included an unusually severe winter. The aggressive schedule was achieved without compromising quality or safety, delivering the project one full semester ahead of schedule.
    • wesleyan university design-buildfauver field residence complexmiddletown, ctowner Wesleyan Universityarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize 44,027 sf (Freshmen) 42,642 sf (Upperclassmen)cost $17 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorDesign-Build of new residence hall housing both freshmen and upper classmen. The building is LEED certified.
    • st. mary’s college of maryland design-buildwaring commons residence complexst. mary’s city, marylandowner St. Mary’s College of Marylandarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize/beds Phase 1 & 2: 67,000 sf | 252 beds Phase 3: 19,750 sf | 88 bedscost Phase 1 & 2: $10.5 million Phase 3: $4.2 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorSt. Mary’s College of Maryland called on the KBE/Newman design-build team to complete itsmulti-phased residence complex. Phases 1 and 2 were completed one full semester ahead ofschedule, despite working in some of the worst winter weather on record in Maryland. Phase 3completed the nine-building, wood framed residence hall complex set on St. Mary’s historicwaterfront campus.
    • western connecticut state university design-buildcentennial hall residence complex & parking garagedanbury, ctowner State of Connecticut Department of Public Worksarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize 128,000 sfcost $27.2 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorThe design-build residence hall provides 90 StudentSuites (338 student beds), 12 Resident Assistant Suites,and one Director Suite. The new parking garageprovides 450 spaces. This was the first public building inthe State of Connecticut University system to achieveLEED-NCv2 Certification.
    • university of maryland baltimore county design-buildpatapsco hallcatonsville, mdowner UMBC Facilities Managementarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize 52,000 sfcost $14.8 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorThe Patapsco Hall addition will include four stories and a limitedbasement. There will be 68 double rooms, eight triples, 24 singlesand three studio apartments for graduate resident staff that willinclude a kitchen and bathroom in each unit. The additions will beconnected to the west end of Patapsco Hall. This building will bethe first LEED certified residence facility at UMBC.
    • eastern connecticut state university design-buildgelsi young hallwillimantic, ctowner State of Connecticut Department of Public Worksarchitect Schoenhardt Architects Simsbury, CTsize 40,000 sfcost $8.2 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorThis administrative office building was constructed in just 13 months, delivering the design-build project four months ahead of schedule. The projectincluded the design and interior fit-out of the president’s suite, which encompassed the president’s office, conference room and board room.
    • eastern connecticut state universityscience centerwillimantic, ct owner State of Connecticut Department of Public Works architect The S/L/A/M Collaborative size 173,000 sf cost $47.3 million services Construction Administrator This new 6-story science building provides state-of-the-art chemistry, physics, astronomy, meteorology and biology departments classrooms, administrative offices, and laboratories while integrating the university’s science and mathematics departments into one location in the southwestern corner of campus. KBE provided all cost estimates and constructability reviews during the Preconstruction phase and oversaw the 2-year construction project.
    • connecticut collegeasset reinvestment programnew london, ct owner Connecticut College Architect Moser Pilon Nelson Noyes Vogt Architects Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architects DuBose Associates size Campus-wide cost $53 million services Preconstruction Services and Construction Manager at Risk | GMP Each year since 2005, Connecticut College, KBE, the design teams and trade contractors have spent the 9-month school year meticulously planning an impressive scope of work that is then implemented over the 12-week summer break. This “Asset Reinvestment Program” is a well-conceived, 7-year campus renewal plan for renovating and preserving the college’s most important asset - its physical facilities and campus. The program is designed to enhance technology in learning environments, revitalize student life, boost energy efficiency, and update staff and faculty office spaces. The project has incorporated formal Partnering principles - with the net result of not one single claim over the six years of work to date.
    • university of bridgeportcampus-wide facilities improvement programbridgeport, ctowner University of Bridgeportarchitect Antinuzzi Associatessize Campus-widecost $20 millionservices Preconstruction Services, Construction Manager at Risk and as AdvisorThe University of Bridgeport has called on KBE for a campus-widerehabilitation program designed to improve the University’s physical andtechnological infrastructure. The multi-phase project includes renovationsand upgrades to a number of campus facilities. fones school of dental hygieneProjects include:• Campus-wide Electric Grid Replacement: Seven month project to replace the entire high-voltage utility infrastructure at the 40-acre campus. The project affected nearly 50 building on the urban campus, with phased power shut-downs and start-ups.• Elevator Modernization Project: Phased upgrades to 7 elevators in two occupied campus buildings.• Campus-wide IT/Telecommunications Infrastructure Replacement• President’s Executive Offices Updates: Interior renovations• Wahlstrom Library Upgrades: Telecomunications & IT upgrades, new circulation area, and internet cafe. wahlstrom library• Fones School of Dental Hygiene: Renovation of two floors in existing campus facility to create a state-of-the art 30-chair dental clinic. The facility is fully ADA-accessible, allowing for more elderly patients to receive clinical services. Construction required the integration of new M/E/P systems to meet the clinic’s operational requirements. The work was completed while the building was fully occupied and operational.• Athletic Fields: Conversion of a vacant campus lot into a multi-purpose athletic field with state-of-the-art stadium lighting and bleacher seating for over 1,000. The two-phased project also includes a new concession stand facility, press box, parking lots and landscaping plaza.• Mandeville Hall: Window replacement and installation of new HVAC president’s executive offices systems in main classroom building.
    • eastern connecticut state universityearly childhood development & resource centerwillimantic, ctowner State of Connecticut Department of Public Worksarchitect Karl Norton Architect, LLC Mansfield, CTsize 40,276 sfcost $9 millionservices General ContractorThis award winning dual-purpose academic facility providesboth a fully operational “teaching” day care center and academicclassrooms for the University’s Early Childhood DevelopmentProgram. One feature of the day care is the “Town Square”, withits child-size false storefronts and huge artificial tree thatprovide interactive learning for the children.
    • western connecticut state universityruth haas library, swing building & midtown campus infrastructuredanbury, ct owner State of Connecticut Department of Public Works architect Galliher, Baier & Best Simsbury, CT Seelye, Stevenson, Value, Knecht Stratford, CT size 44,230 sf renovation 46,000 sf addition cost $18.5 million services General Contractor The Ruth A. Haas Library project encompassed the renovation and addition to the five-story library. A 35,000 sf swing building - a permanent campus facility - was built as part of this project, to temporarily house the library’s 210,000 books, periodicals and other materials during the phased construction project. The library remained fully operational throughout construction.
    • university of maryland, eastern shorecoastal ecology laboratory and research centerprincess anne, marylandowner University of Maryland - Eastern Shorearchitect HLM Design, Inc. Philadelphia, PAsize 10,135 sfcost $3 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskThe University of Maryland - Eastern Shore’s Coastal EcologyTeaching and Research Laboratory is set 200 feet from the shore of theSinepuxent River, near the bridge to Assateague Island. The facility isused for research into the unique ecosystem of the coastal setting, andenables students and faculty to explore ocean, coastal, and marineenvironmental science.
    • central connecticut state universitynicolaus copernicus hallnew britain, ctowner State of Connecticut Department of Public Worksarchitect Mitchell Architectural Group Newtown, CTsize 181,000 sfcost $14.1 millionservices General ContractorComprehensive renovation of a five story academic sciencebuilding, including full M|E|P upgrades and seismic code compli-ance. The steel-framed building contains state-of-the-artlaboratories for technology education, automation and electronicmechanics, soils, CAD drafting, construction applications, as well asclassrooms, faculty offices, and a mentoring center. The buildingremained fully operational throughout the comprehensiverenovation.
    • university of connecticutss & c financial technology learning acceleratorhartford, ctowner Capital Properties Hartford, CTarchitect Schoenhardt Architects Simsbury, CTsize 41,000 sfcost $4.1 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskThe UCONN Business School’s SS&C Technologies Financial Accelerator is atechnology mecca located in downtown Hartford, Connecticut. The higher educationfacility was built to create an experiential learning lab. Designed as a replica of theNew York Stock Exchange, the first floor features a live trading floor with real-timestock feeds. The stock feeds are projected on two 130-foot tickers. The above floorshouse several high-tech classrooms, meeting rooms, and café.
    • eastern connecticut state universityj eugene smith librarywillimantic, ct owner State of Connecticut Department of Public Works architect Du Bose Associates, Inc size 125,000 sf cost $18.6 million services Construction Manager as Advisor This four-story structural steel-and brick building, with its distinctive clock tower, provides numerous computer labs with enhanced telecommunications support, in addition to the library’s extensive collection of books, periodicals, and other resource materials.
    • st. mary’s college of marylandjames p. muldoon river centerst. mary’s city, mdowner St. Mary’s College of Marylandarchitect Muse Architects Bethesda, MDsize 13,800 sfcost $5.5 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskThe historic waterfront campus of St. Mary’s College of Maryland has been graced with a new boathouse for sailing and crew programs, biology research,and waterfront recreation. The award-winning project includes docks, ramps, and boardwalks to improve access to the river. The River Center incorporatessignificant sustainable design features, including 36 geo-thermal wells, which have substantially reduced operating costs.
    • yale universitygilder boathousederby, ct owner Yale University architect Turner Brooks Architects New Haven, CT size 22,000 sf cost $5.7 million services General Contractor Set on the Housatonic River, the award-winning 22,000 sf Gilder Boathouse serves as home to Yale University’s men’s and women’s athletic teams. With its unique timber-framed structure, the boathouse features a nautical design that accents the natural beauty of the riverfront. Built partially on piles, the structure’s footings are located on land while the rest of the boathouse projects over water. Natural materials are exposed throughout the building in the timber framing, wood roof decking, wood flooring, and fireplace.
    • montgomery collegecommons buildingtakoma park, md owner Montgomery College architect Gaudreau, Inc Baltimore, MD size 30,000 sf cost $7.6 million services General Contractor Comprehensive renovation of the two-story commons building on Montgomery College’s Takoma Park Campus. Work included full interior demolition and reconstruction, including the addition of a new stairwell, elevator and new M|E|P, HVAC, telecommunications, security|CCTV and fire alarm systems.
    • wesleyan universityfreeman athletic centermiddletown, ct owner Wesleyan University architect Moser Pilon Architects Wethersfield, CT size 56,408 sf cost $10.1 million services General Contractor Renovations and additions project to create a new intercollegiate gymnasium, squash center, fitness center, team rooms, and other related improvements. Project scope also included a new “Zamboni” equipment room, with associated snow-melt drainage system.
    • connecticut collegefitness centernew london ctowner Connecticut Collegearchitect Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Boston, MAsize 10,406 sf addition 4,492 sf renovationcost $4.5 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskTimber-and-glass addition to the College’s Fitness Center, and renovation ofthe existing facility and lobby. The project includes significant sustainabledesign features and is pursuing LEED Silver Certification. KBE led theformal Partnering program for the project. The Fitness Center projectreceived the 2010 “Excellence in Construction Award” from the CT Associa-tion of Builders and Contractors and the Ruby Partnering Award from theInternational Partnering Institute.
    • university of connecticutstudent recreation and athletic centerstorrs, ct owner University of Connecticut architect Howard, Needles, Tammen & Bergendoff Boston, MA size 41,000 sf (Field House) 35,000 sf (Gymnasium) cost $11.4 million services General Contractor Year-long additions and renovations project included: • Field House • Gymnasium • Swimming Pool • Weight/Exercise Rooms on mezzanine level • Squash/Racquetball Courts • Faculty Dining Facility
    • university of connecticutstudent unionstorrs, ctowner University of Connecticutarchitects Cannon Design, Boston, MA WTW Architects, Pittsburgh, PAsize 99,870 sf renovation 130,830 sf additioncost $55 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskThe multi-phased renovation and addition more than doubled the size of the existing facility, which first opened on campus in 1953, expanding it from99,870 sf to 230,700 sf. The project encompassed the creation of a cafeteria, restaurant, food court, and convenience store. As the campus’ cultural hub,the Student Union features a 500-seat theater, new art gallery, large event spaces, and the new home of the campus radio station, along with a centralizedpost office with 15,000 postal boxes. The Student Union remained fully operational throughout the 4 year, highly phased project. KBE was recognizedwith an Award of Excellence by the Construction Management Association of America.
    • western connecticut state universitywestside campus centerdanbury, ctowner State of Connecticut Department of Public Worksarchitect Andrew Goldman Architects New York, NYsize 49,074 sfcost $17.8 millionservices General ContractorThe new Westside Campus Center was designed and built to fulfill acritical need at Western Connecticut State University. With threeresidence halls situated at its Westside Campus and no centralgathering place, the new Center provides a needed sense of commu-nity for students and faculty.The Center consists of two buildings connected by a glass atrium andencompassed by a curtain wall system of structural glass and glazingshapes. The complex design of the building’s exterior called for manyunique structural steel parts assembled into intricate geometricalshapes and formations.
    • hood collegephase 1: new athletic fields, nicodemus athletic facility,renovations to meyran hall residencesfrederick, md owner Hood College architect Bushman Dreyfus Architects, PCL Charlottesville, VA size 41,000 sf (Phase 1) cost Phase 1: $3.1 million Phase 2: $15 million (estimated) services Construction Manager at Risk KBE’s Phase 1 scope of work on the Hood College campus included upgrades to the 41,000 sf Meyran Hall student residences, installation of a synthetic turf athletic field, with associated underground stormwater retention. Also included is the construction of the new Nicodemus Athletic Center (locker rooms) and installation of associated utilities.
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