Northwestern University Wieboldt Hall Renovation

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Northwestern University Wieboldt Hall Renovation is a 65,000 square foot interior renovation and build-out of multiple floors. The renovation provides the School of Continuing Studies with classrooms and collaboration spaces for its growing student enrollment. The building features a main lobby that complements the character of the existing interior public spaces. The installation of elevators facilitates the movement of students and staff between floors. The original building’s mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems were replaced with updated efficient systems that perform to current standards. A penthouse was constructed on the roof of the building. All of the work is compliant with current building codes and Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility guidelines. The Owner occupied multiple floors of the building throughout construction.

Wieboldt Hall is LEED CI 2.0 Gold.

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