University of Kansas Hall Center for the Humanities

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project at a glance

The Hall Center for Humanities is a two-story, 14,700 square foot steel structure with brick and metal panel exterior. The project site was within the shell of the stone walls of the original power plant built for the University in 1887, the oldest structure on the campus. Work involved protection and restoration of the stone façade and construction of the Center within the same building footprint.  The Center now includes a 120-seat conference room, seminar room, serving kitchen, and offices for staff and research fellows.

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