UBC Friedman Building

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Case Study - The Friedman Building


The Friedman Building Renovation Project is a four story, 6229 m2 facility that houses the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences and the Physical Therapy Division, School of Rehabilitation Sciences. The building was built in 1961 with the renovation completed in 2008. The Friedman building was upgraded to improve life safety, accessibility, energy efficiency, and opportunities for student/faculty interaction. All of these measures will significantly enhance the learning and working conditions in the building.

Project Scope and Goals

The UBC Freidman building was the first facility on campus back in the summer of 2008 to be wired with a complete Category 6A solution. Construction was behind, and the winning contractor was going to face a very tight time frame to complete the installation before the start of September classes.

Solution and Outcome

As the winning bid, BKS delivered the installation on time and within budget and more importantly tested the cat6A cabling solution defect free using the latest test equipment.

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