The University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne has selected more than a dozen contractors to complete its downtown campus renovation project. The $12.3 million project includes converting the former Chamber of Commerce building into the new business school.
USF says in 2012, it purchased the former Scottish Rite Auditorium now known as the USF Robert Goldstine Performing Arts Center. The west tower of the center will be renovated to house the school’s music technology program.
Here are the contractors:
- Construction Management – Tonn & Blank Construction
- Masonry – Ziolkowski Construction
- Demolition/General Trades – Weigand Construction
- Doors/Frames/Hardware – Central Indiana Hardware
- Glass/Glazing – Lazzaro
- Framing/Drywall/Ceilings – Strahm Group
- Floorcoverings – Tile Interiors
- Painting – BZW Master Painters
- Fire Protection – VFP Fire Systems
- Plumbing/HVAC – Project Design & Piping
- Electrical – Henry Electric
- Steel – Almet, Inc.
- Terrazzo Flooring – F&M Tile & Terrazzo Company
The school says the renovation project has been designated as a Bicentennial Legacy project as part of Indiana’s 200th anniversary celebration in 2016. The project is expected to be finished in the summer of 2016.