Recently Completed Projects
WALSH / DE LA CRUZ GALLERY OF ART – 2017
Project Scope: Renovation and repurposing of the Walsh black box space to accomodate new art gallery. Includes the addition of an entry foyer on the southwest corner of the building and upgrades to the existing Walsh lobby immediately adjacent to the art gallery space.
SCS CLED – 2017
Project Scope: The Center for Language Education and Development is joining the School of Continuing Studies at 640 Massachusetts Ave. Its previous space in the ICC will be used to accomodate the new department of African American Studies. Project includes offices, a conference room, storage, and reception.
DINING SERVICES – 2017
Project Scope: Major renovations to the dining venues in the Leavey Center and Leo O’Donovan Hall. For more information, visit the Auxiliary website.
BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE – 2017
Project Scope: Renovations to the Barnes and Noble in the Leavey Center, including a new entrance and the relocation of Uncommon Grounds to its second level.
CHILLER PROJECT – 2015
This project will increase campus chilled water capacity and meet added cooling demand of the New South Student Center, additional student housing, and additional miscellaneous loads.& The project includes the installation of one new 3,750 ton chiller, two new 3,750 ton cooling towers, and supporting equipment, mechanical, electrical, and control systems. Two existing cooling towers will be replaced to serve both existing and new chillers. Electrical upgrades will be installed to support the new equipment. All construction work is at the Central Heating and Cooling Plant.
RYAN & ISAAC HAWKINS HALLS – 2015
The Former Jesuit Residence Student Housing Conversion project converted vacant space in Ryan and Mulledy Halls into a student residential hall now called Ryan and Isaac Hawkins Hall. The renovation supported our Campus Master Plan initiatives by rehabilitating the existing structures to provide undergraduate housing, while preserving and enhancing the sense of community and heritage on the historic Dahlgren Quad.
The building renovation accommodates student living, including traditional sleeping rooms, toilet/shower rooms, laundry, lounges, study areas, Campus Ministry space, and a new exterior entry courtyard and activity space.
The renovation brought the former Jesuit Residence up to modern building codes utilizing current sustainability standards while ensuring historic preservation. Building upgrades ensure ADA accessibility, provide security and network systems upgrades, and include installation of life safety systems, sprinkler protection, heating & air conditioning, and refurbished windows.