PEGASUS LANDING

Project Timeline: 
February 2011 – August 2012


Pegasus Landing is a 2,364-bed renovation project, consisting of 32 buildings and 744 total housing units for the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

During the renovation, a new building was started every two weeks with a maximum of five buildings under construction at one time. This allowed the facility to maintain 85% occupancy during construction.

The scope of the renovation included complete demolition of the exterior façade of the buildings, which were originally constructed with brick veneer, stucco, and cement board siding. Following the demolition of the façade, the existing wood-framed structure was inspected by structural engineers who identified areas of the structure that were to be replaced due to water intrusion and termite damage. Through the structural repair phase of the project, over one-third of the original structure of each building was replaced.

After the structural repair was complete, the buildings were waterproofed with commercial-grade weather barrier and tape. Due to the sensitive nature of the water intrusion in the previous construction, the inspection emphasized the waterproofing details. All new windows were installed on the project and were required to pass a commercial water and pressure test. The new façade was installed with a new Hardie siding and cultured stone veneer.

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James a. Gray

Gray co-founded FaverGray in 2005 and has more than 45 years of experience in design and construction management in the residential, commercial and industrial market sectors. As CEO, Gray is responsible for leading the development of FaverGray’s short and long term strategy, creating and implementing FaverGray’s vision and mission, maintaining awareness of the competitive market landscape, evaluating expansion opportunities and industry developments, maintaining social awareness and responsibility within FaverGray’s market sectors, assessing and managing corporate risks and management of banking and surety relationships.