Longwood University – Bedford Hall Renovation & Expansion

The scope of this project includes complete design services for the following technology systems: telecommunications cabling infrastructure for voice, data, and RF Video, and audiovisual presentation systems infrastructure. Bedford Hall is home to the university’s studio and visual arts programs including graphic design, art education, photography, painting, crafts, art history and drawing. Space plans include renovating approximately 26,000 gross square feet of existing classrooms, laboratories, shops, studios, galleries and offices. The three-story 49,000 square foot addition will also include space plans for additional classrooms, laboratories, shops, studios, galleries and offices. Specified systems include infrastructure for custom instructor’s stations, audio reinforcement systems, multimedia presentation systems, and local area networking. Specifications also include details outlining procedures and methods of connecting to existing campus telecommunications networks. Additional design responsibilities include the review of building criteria as they apply to acoustics, noise and vibration, the development of acoustical criteria for HVAC equipment noise levels and sound isolation, and recommendations for room layout, shaping, and acoustical finishes. Project deliverables captured a complete system infrastructure programming narrative for all educational technology systems. This project is currently in the Construction Documents phase with estimated completion expected in time for Spring 2012 occupancy.
Architect: Moseley Architects; HGA Architects & Engineers
Location: Farmville, Virginia
Construction Cost: $27 Million
Project Size: 74,862 gsf
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