Salvaged wood flooring

Project Manager 2 Jim Uehlin saved the client $82,000 and provided a great service on the Nagle Hall renovation. Jim saved the existing oak wood flooring dating from 1909 on the second floor of the State Chemist building that he is demolishing as part of the project. This wood was used to replace damaged flooring in Nagle Hall at a savings of approximately $80,000 and was used for flooring in a new coffee bar at the Psychology Building, savings approximately $2,000.

In addition to the cost savings, Jim was able to find a great use for this high quality wood and helped improve the sustainability services provided by SSC.

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