Clark Adding Apartment-Style Residences to UC Riverside

March 05, 2013

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The University of California, Riverside, has awarded Clark Construction Group - California, LP, a $108 million contract to build the Glen Mor 2 Student Housing project. The 334,000 square-foot residential complex will connect to the school's existing Glen Mor 1 building on the east side of campus.

The Glen Mor 2 Student Housing project includes five, five-story apartment-style residence halls that altogether will accommodate approximately 800 students. The scope of work also includes constructing a three-level, 600-space low-profile parking structure and two pedestrian bridges connecting the two Glen Mor housing complexes. The Glen Mor 2 housing facility will have dedicated space for meeting rooms, a computer lab, and a fitness center. Clark will construct a resident services office building, a food emporium, and a swimming pool as an integral part of the complex. The project team will also perform associated landscaping and utility extensions.

Glen Mor 2 is designed to achieve LEED® Gold certification.

Construction began in February and completion is scheduled for fall 2014.

Sasaki Associates, Inc., Boston, is the project architect. Additional project partners include SCB, San Francisco, associated architects; Flores Lund Consultants, San Diego, civil engineer; Saiful Bouquet, Pasadena, Calif.,  structural engineer; Khalifeh & Associates, Inc, Marina Del Rey, Calif., mechanical and plumbing engineer; OMB Electrical Engineers, Irvine, Calif., electrical and data telecommunications engineer; Hughes Associates, Inc., Los Angeles, code consultants, and Ricca Newmark Design, San Diego, food service consultant.