The 1930s Doty Hall Building on the SUNY Geneseo campus required a renovation and addition. The project entailed constructing a third-floor addition to the building and an interior renovation to house the Developmental Disabilities Services Organization that included classrooms, clinical suites, auditory suites, conference rooms, waiting rooms, a recital hall and administrative offices. Doty Hall is the first building visitors see and serves as the face of the Geneseo campus to the community and prospective students alike. Fisher Associates provided an independent review and analysis of the Contractor’s baseline schedule. Monthly update reviews and statistical analysis were performed using S-curves, histograms, and activity work charts to help provide a pictorial representation of the work flow and intensity of construction activities.
- Construction Scheduling and Analysis (Primavera P6)
- Time Impact Analysis
- SWPPP Inspections