Salt River Project PAB Improvements
Salt River Project Administration Building (PAB) Improvements / TempeAZ
What does it take to keep 1,500 employees comfortable during a 7-year renovation project?

The Project Administration Building (PAB) was originally constructed in 1954 with significant expansions and modifications made in nearly ev­ery decade until the 1990s. Since being awarded the project in July 2012, the Mortenson and Corgan team partnered with SRP to develop a longer-term and more cost-effective solution that would accommodate SRP's growth plans. The project scope includes interior demolition and tenant improvement of a separate 120,000 square foot building which will be used to provide swing space for PAB occupants, construction of an 800-stall, 4-level parking structure, construction of a 5-story 80,000 square foot building expansion contiguous to the main building, renovation of a 307,000 square foot existing building, demolition of a 26,000 square foot, 2-story portion of the building, construction of a 40,000 square foot, 3-story replacement expansion, replacement of all MEP and life safety systems, new kitchen and cafeteria, and complete reformat of interior circulation, construction of 2-bay vehicle maintenance facility on-site, construction of 3,000 square foot remote storage building, a major expansion of site central chilled water plant, and other major site improvements to support the campus.

The opportunity to work in a fully functional facility makes the focus on disruption avoidance and extensive communication the key to success. This customer is also very committed to a reduction in energy and water usage through strategies being em­ployed during the renovation process.

Facts And Figures

Salt River Project

342,000 square feet

Completion Date: December 2020

Delivery Methods

Design-Build

The Team

Awards

Luminary Award - SRP Supplier Diversity All-Star Awards, 2016

General Contractor Mentor of the Year - Associated Minority Contractors of America, 2016

Engineering News-Record (ENR) Southwest Best Projects Award of Merit, 2018

AZRE RED Award Finalist