School of Computing and Engineering


Client: Whiting Turner Construction

Scope of work: Whitley Construction was contracted by Whiting Turner Construction to provide commercial drywall and metal stud installation services for the addition of the SCEERC wing to Flarsheim Hall. The project involved the installation of new interior walls and ceilings, as well as framing and sheathing the exterior structural walls. Challenges: One of the main challenges of the project was coordinating with multiple subcontractors and ensuring that our work was completed on schedule and within budget. The project also required close attention to detail to ensure that all walls and ceilings were installed to meet the specific requirements of the client. Solution: Whitley Construction worked closely with Whiting Turner Construction and other subcontractors to coordinate our work and ensure that the project was completed on time and within budget. Our team of experienced professionals used the latest techniques and materials to install high-quality walls and ceilings that met the client's exact specifications. Results: The UMKC SCEERC Addition project was a success, thanks in part to Whitley Construction's expertise and commitment to quality. Our team's attention to detail and precision installation techniques resulted in flawless walls and ceilings that exceeded the client's expectations. We were proud to be a part of such a prestigious project and look forward to continuing to work with Whiting Turner Construction in the future. Conclusion: Whitley Construction's experience and expertise in commercial drywall and metal stud installation allowed us to successfully complete the UMKC SCEERC Addition project on time and within budget. Our commitment to quality and attention to detail ensured that the client's expectations were exceeded, and we look forward to continuing to provide exceptional service to our clients in the future.

UMKC School Of Computing and Engineering

WCC completed this 4 story addition to Flarshiem Hall on the UMKC Volker Campus. This project included new exterior framing, sheathing, interior partitions, ceilings and lab space.