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Cascade Residence Halls Hazardous Materials Survey
Southern Oregon University
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Cascade Residence Hall consists of 9 dormitory buildings built around a center core. The center core originally containedfood service and dining facilities, student lounges, and associated student services facilities. The Cascade Residence complex includes approximately 194,000 gross square feet of floor area that formerly housed about 500 SOU students.The Cascade complex was constructed in (4) phases between 1960 and 1966. The dormitory buildings are all 3-story and 4-story structures with cast-in-place concrete floors and walls. Interior walls are a combination of CMU and wood-frame partitions.In 2013, SOU constructed the new North Campus Village student housing complex and all Cascade student residents were relocated to the new facility. Since 2013 Cascade has been used for conference housing, ROTC activities and as “flex” space for academic departments temporarily displaced by remodeling in other campus buildingsSOU has as-built drawings for most of the Cascade complex. All of the (9) Cascade dormitory buildings are similar in size and construction type. Drawing pdf’s for Dormitory Units A and B and the center core area can be viewed by contacting Jim McNamara (email@example.com) for shared drive access. A basic ground floor plan is attached to this RFP (Attachment C). Simple AutoCAD floor plans of the building are also available for the consultant’s use.SOU has limited prior asbestos data available for Cascade from testing performed in 1990-91. (Attachment D).
RFP 2022-09 Cascade hazardous materials survey.pdf
Attachment A- Proposer Certification.pdf
Attachment B-SOU PSC sample agreement.pdf
Attachment C-Cascade Ground Floor Plan.pdf
Attachment D-Cascade Prior Asbestos Testing.pdf
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