This multi-phased capital improvements project for Wilmington College consisted of upgrades and fit-outs throughout the main campus. The first phase involved renovations to five residence halls consisting of upgrades/refreshes to common spaces (finishes, flooring, painting, kitchen appliances), restroom upgrades (countertops, vanities), entries and a few dorm rooms. Phase 2 consisted of interior build-outs for an occupational therapy (OT) suite and health and wellness center with classrooms, labs, offices, conference rooms, reception areas, exam rooms, medical offices, waiting room, counseling rooms and administrative offices. The following third phase provided exterior improvements to the build-out areas including storm drainage improvements at the OT site and a new entry and courtyard redevelopment at the health and wellness center. Additional phases have included a new campus gateway and arboretum and residence hall restroom and deck renovations.
Megen served as the construction manager for all phases of capital improvements, assisting the College early on with budgeting/cost estimating and collaborating with the architect throughout design to ensure each phase remained on budget. Our team has consistently completed each phase on schedule and on budget.
Square Feet of Tenant Fit-Outs
Residence Hall Renovations
“Megen’s on-site personnel have worked closely with members of the College’s facilities department, as well as other departments, and have earned the confidence and trust of our team. With their attention to detail and mindfulness of the College’s funds, I have complete peace of mind that our projects will be completed on time and on budget.”