Vanderbilt University Barnard Hall
Barnard Hall was constructed in 1952 (commonly known as Vanderbilt-Barnard Hall) and was comprised of four floors and over 80,000 SF. The demolition of the former Barnard Hall made way for the construction of a new Barnard Hall housing 340 students – a Living-Learning Facility.
EAI completed the demolition, including slabs and footers, within a six-week schedule – worked performed Monday – Saturday; while working in close proximity to on-going site civil activities/pier drilling, etc. around the building. As part of the contracted scope of work; EAI committed to an 87% recyclable/re-use/salvage of demolition debris as part of the established LEED program/requirements for the overall construction project. EAI was able to achieve in excess of 95%.
This completes the second demolition/re-purposing project for EAI with Vanderbilt University and their continued Residential College expansion.