Boise State University Engineering Complex

The BSU Engineering Complex project consisted of the construction of two new engineering buildings complete with classroom, administration, and laboratory space along with minor modifications to the existing College of Technology Building and related site development. Work included concrete foundations and slabs-on-grade; brick masonry, structural steel superstructure; metal stud framing; exterior insulation finish system; aluminum storefront and glazing; modified bitumen membrane roofing; hollow metal doors and frames; suspended acoustical tile ceiling; HVAC systems; automation control system; fire alarm systems, and data and communication systems. McAlvain Construction, Inc. formed a partnership with the Boise State University Foundation, our team of architects, engineers, and subcontractors. The project was successfully completed by McAlvain, in less than one year, on schedule, and within budget.

Capabilities Utilized:

  • General Contracting Services