Vanderbilt University Peabody Campus
Asbestos Services | Concrete Coring | Demolition Services
Vanderbilt University selected Messer Construction (CM) and EAI for the historic renovations of two buildings located on the Vanderbilt Peabody Campus. The Home Economics (26,000 sf) and the Frank W. Mayborn Buildings (33,400 sf) were the first two buildings to open on the George Peabody College for Teachers Campus in 1916.
EAI will perform the hazardous materials abatement, extensive interior demolition, and concrete cutting/coring on these two historic buildings. The project required 90 days to complete and is currently nearing completion. And is a LEED certified project diverting materials away from landfill disposal with recycling or reuse goals of 90%
EAI Scope of Work
- 2 Buildings totaling 59,400 square feet
- Hazardous materials abatement including vinyl flooring, thermal systems pipe insulation, and window caulk and glazing – all containing asbestos.
- Extensive interior architectural and structural demolition of existing finishes; this includes walls, ceilings, stairs, and elevator removal.
- New openings in exterior concrete walls for new construction
- Diversion of materials from landfill for LEED affiliated