UC Davis – Briggs Hall

Location: Davis, CA

Client: UC Davis Design & Construction Management

Trades: Electrical, Underground Utilities

Value: $3.1 million


Mark III performed electrical and underground renovations to Briggs Hall on the UC Davis campus. The electrical scope of work included the installation of new electrical service and a backup generator system to support Briggs Hall on the UC Davis campus. This included running new medium voltage infrastructure from the existing campus system to (2) new MV transformers, secondary cabling to (2) new 2000A switchgear, interconnection with (1) new 15000KW generator, and installation of new LV transformers to support the existing building. Conduits were also installed into the building structure for future connection.

The underground portion of this project included the construction 425 linear feet of 12.47KV primary duct bank, 1,375 square food corporation yard with retaining wall, 4,500 linear feet of 4″ secondary conduit, and 450 linear feet of 2″ secondary. Mark III was responsible for the selective demo of asphalt and concrete, installation of the impermeable liner, and new asphalt and concrete flat work, including some cobble and swale. The new work also required the rerouting of the bicycle route to maintain ADA access into the building.

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