DAKOTA COLLEGE AT BOTTINEAU – OLD MAIN RENOVATION
Situated in the heart of the DCB campus, the Old Main building was constructed in 1906. The building in not currently in use and has been vacant since 2006. Scope of work for the renovation include adapting the building for use as a center for the Allied Health Programs, which includes practical nursing, associated degree nursing, and medical assistant.
The scope of work includes both exterior and interior improvements of the building. The interior has been gutted with the flooring, ceiling tile, stairs, and framing removed. The first phase of the basement has been restabilized with CMU work and excavation for the elevator pit. On the exterior, the building has been excavated down to the footings to repoint the stone foundation and prepare it for water proofing and drain tile.
Senior Project Manager, Chad Dustin talks about the progress of the project. View video here.