Idaho Capitol Commission Capitol Restoration and Expansion Gary A. Daniel Idaho Capitol Commission
April 2008 Capitol Restoration
May 2008 Capitol Restoration
June 2008 Capitol Restoration
July 2008 Capitol Restoration
August 2008 Capitol Restoration
August 2008 Capitol Restoration
September 2008 Capitol Restoration
October 2008 Capitol Restoration
Capitol Restoration
Capitol Restoration November 2008
December 2008 Capitol Restoration
December 2008 Capitol Restoration
Capitol Restoration
Capitol Restoration January 2009
Capitol Restoration February 2009
Capitol Restoration March 2009
Capitol Restoration April 2009
Capitol Restoration
<ul><li>Project budget:  $122,500,000  </li></ul><ul><li>Expenditures thru 12/31/09:  $121,500,000 </li></ul><ul><li>Sched...
Questions/Follow-up <ul><li>Gary A. Daniel </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>332-1971 </li></ul>Capitol ...
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State Capitol Restoration 2


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A view of the most critical phases of the Idaho State Capitol restoration from its 30-month mid point through the final finishes of the upper floors.

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  • M ajor demolition work complete Reviewed and accepted: paint mock-ups, interior of rotunda dome, domes over the House and Senate Scagliola work in the House and Senate chambers Acquiring matching marble for Capitol interior Discovered another challenge: distemper paint East wing roof deck complete; waterproofed West wing steel deck, concrete slab, roof deck complete
  • Concrete cuts for connecting wings expansion &amp; Capitol building Auditorium sloped floor concrete poured Marble cleaning Senate Caucus room mock up Craftsmen restoring plaster cornices, reconstructing plaster rosettes Cut openings for new stairs in NE and NW corners of Capitol Structural steel housings completed Hoisted one set of stairs into the building
  • Prepared the space for the new stairs and elevators Interior work: domes &amp; upper parts of the Capitol Building complete Exterior window restoration continues Connected Capitol to domestic water and sanitary sewer Design/Build contractor: Enclosed the East wing Completed bulk of mechanical ductwork, electrical, plumbing (MEP), fire sprinkler rough-in work Flood testing the waterproofing in both wings Installed West Wing air handler unit Completed hydronic piping underneath garden level
  • Began installing drywall (fourth floor)--working downward Fan Coil Unit Installation Scagliola restoration Awarded the contract for phase 3 DBT (McAlvain) completed structural shells, connections--both wings Hydronic piping and duct work complete in wings Successful emergency generator test for entire Capitol Construction on new stairs into garden level rotunda Geofoam installed
  • Fire protection rough-ins (both wings) completed &amp; inspected Waterproofing tests completed on both wings (CMAR) continues plaster and wood restoration Distemper paint removal continues on all floors Scagliola restoration nearly complete Majority of Dome area painting complete Framing commenced in the garden level Capitol restoration schedule challenges: Marble selection Matching replacement glass JFAC Dome Catwalk platforms (redesign due to changes required because of the fire suppression system) Distemper paint clean-up
  • Slide transitions from old JFAC ceiling to new glass and paint scheme
  • Rough-ins continue East and west wings punch list established Tenant improvements in both wings Preparing the landscaping design Topsoil &amp; Geofoam over decks Historic East &amp; West stair reconstructions Capitol Wood Project Rep. Black saved elm, oak, and ash from trees removed from Capitol grounds Enough wood to construct some furniture used in daily Capitol operation Potential construction of desks, benches, lecterns, etc.
  • Xeriscaping plans for north side of Capitol Sprinkler system to support landscaping Irrigation, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and paving Sandstone cladding on wings ventilation structures Hydronic connections tested, insulated on Garden Level Main electrical switch gear—permanent power New marble delivery, matching salvaged marble
  • Platform removal allowing light to pass to lower floors
  • A/E completed the updates on the Landscape Drawings MEP fire protection and communication rough-in activities on the Garden Level Marble wainscot, finish plaster, paint, millwork on schedule on third and fourth floors CMAR completed Upper Senate chamber work on scagliola restoration, skylight restoration, finish plaster, paint, and electrical trim work, after inspections, scaffolding dismantled, removed Rebuilding of historic concrete walks Wings fire protection rough-ins and sprinkler head installations Sandstone cladding installed on new 6 th and 8 th street entrances to wings
  • Permanent electrical power installed CMAR completed Upper House chamber work on scagliola restoration, skylight restoration, finish plaster, paint, and electrical trim work, after inspections, scaffolding dismantled, removed Sandstone cladding to wings entrances on both 6 th and 8 th substantially completed exterior scaffolds removed
  • Transcript of "State Capitol Restoration 2"

    1. 1. Idaho Capitol Commission Capitol Restoration and Expansion Gary A. Daniel Idaho Capitol Commission
    2. 2. April 2008 Capitol Restoration
    3. 3. May 2008 Capitol Restoration
    4. 4. June 2008 Capitol Restoration
    5. 5. July 2008 Capitol Restoration
    6. 6. August 2008 Capitol Restoration
    7. 7. August 2008 Capitol Restoration
    8. 8. September 2008 Capitol Restoration
    9. 9. October 2008 Capitol Restoration
    10. 10. Capitol Restoration
    11. 11. Capitol Restoration November 2008
    12. 12. December 2008 Capitol Restoration
    13. 13. December 2008 Capitol Restoration
    14. 14. Capitol Restoration
    15. 15. Capitol Restoration January 2009
    16. 16. Capitol Restoration February 2009
    17. 17. Capitol Restoration March 2009
    18. 18. Capitol Restoration April 2009
    19. 19. Capitol Restoration
    20. 20. <ul><li>Project budget: $122,500,000 </li></ul><ul><li>Expenditures thru 12/31/09: $121,500,000 </li></ul><ul><li>Scheduled Substantial Completion date: November 13, 2009 </li></ul><ul><li>Actual Substantial Completion </li></ul><ul><li>November 12, 2009 </li></ul>Capitol Restoration
    21. 21. Questions/Follow-up <ul><li>Gary A. Daniel </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>332-1971 </li></ul>Capitol Restoration
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