Howard University – Undergraduate Library Main Level Renovation

Howard University is a private, comprehensive research university. The scope of this project includes complete design services for telecommunications cabling systems with associated supporting infrastructure for voice/data/RF video outlets, audiovisual system electronics with associated supporting infrastructure, access control/video surveillance systems, and room acoustics, interior sound isolation, and HVAC noise control for the Howard University Undergraduate Library Renovation. Spaces included in this renovation project include: group study areas, collaborative spaces, learning commons, seminar/classroom, multipurpose meeting room, and a conference room. Design began in Spring 2013 and construction is expected to be complete in July, 2015.
Architect: Atelier Architects
Location: Washington, D.C.
Construction Cost: $31,800,000
Gross Square Footage: 17,540 gsf
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