Northern Illinois University – Stevens Building Addition and Renovation

Stevens Building is a 68,520 square foot, two-story building constructed in 1958 which houses the School of Theater Arts & Dance; the Department of Anthropology; classrooms; laboratories; and faculty offices. This project included the demolition of the buildings’ north wing and interior renovations of 21,000 square feet. The interior renovations included new interior partitions; finishes; windows; roofing; tuck-pointing; and new MEP systems through-out the facility. Also included in the project was a new 65,000 square foot addition which includes classrooms, laboratories, and offices for the Department of Anthropology; a 330 seat lecture hall; a black box theater and supporting scene shop spaces.

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University of Missouri – Dobbs Group Replacement Project

Dobbs Hall Group Replacement – Demolition of one existing residential tower and replacement with two new residence halls: Hall 1 (89,000 SF) and Hall 2 (109,000 SF). The major project challenge was the sequencing and demolition of the existing residential…

Truman State University – Dobson Hall Renovation

This project consisted of the renovation of a nearly 50 year old Residence Hall.  Upgrades included new air conditioning, sprinkler systems, electrical and fire upgrades, elevators and various architectural improvements.