Vannoy Construction provided preconstruction services and served as Construction Manager at Risk for the new Health Sciences Center at Davidson County Community College. The project consisted of a 2-story, 48,358 sf building with partial walk-out basement on the existing occupied campus; which houses the college’s nursing, pharmacy technology, medical lab technology, emergency medical science, massage therapy, and esthetic’s programs. The building was a steel-framed structure supported on spread footings, and the building envelope included brick, storefront windows, metal wall panels, TPO roofing, and standing seam metal roofing. The project also required a 25-foot high soil nail shoring system to facilitate remediation of approximately 10,000 cubic yards of unsuitable soils within the footprint of the future building. Vannoy Construction’s expertise in grading and site development work was instrumental in identifying and executing the most cost effective strategy for completing the shoring and unsuitable soils work prior to construction.
Davidson County Community College
Little & Associates