College at Brockport Campus Improvements

Welcome to the College at Brockport’s North Campus, where history meets innovation! This beloved campus, predominantly constructed in the 1960s, is on a mission for transformation and campus improvements. And guess what? The magic is happening with the expertise of C&S Companies leading the charge!

Picture this: C&S Companies, the prime consultant, has taken the helm to revamp the critical infrastructure that time has touched. We’re talking utility and site master planning, groundbreaking design, hands-on construction administration, and vigilant inspection – all geared towards major campus upgrades.

So, what’s in the pipeline? Well, C&S Companies has meticulously:

  1. Conducted identification, location, and condition assessments of every site infrastructure asset on our North Campus.
  2. Crafted a stellar GIS-based information model that’s like the heartbeat of our utilities and site data.
  3. Unveiled a conceptual improvements plan that’s not just a plan – it’s our roadmap for long-term campus awesomeness.
  4. Identified a whopping $12 million for infrastructure improvements that will elevate our campus experience.

Now, let’s talk long-term vision. They’re dreaming big – upgrading electrical and communications infrastructure, bidding farewell to aged water pipes, saying sayonara to abandoned hot water tunnels, and giving some TLC to stormwater and sanitary sewer lines. And guess what? The transformation isn’t just below the surface – it’s making waves above ground too!

Get ready for enhanced cross-campus connectivity with the south campus, west campus, and the picturesque Erie Canal waterfront. We’re not just improving infrastructure; we’re creating an environment where history and modernity coexist seamlessly.

Here’s to a future where the campus is not just a place of learning but a vibrant community that thrives on innovation and progress!

Phase 1 of the project won a 2019 ACEC NY Platinum Award for Engineering Excellence.

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