Loyola University: Marion Burk Knott Hall Renovation

Convergent Technologies Design Group, Inc. (CTDG) was asked to provide audiovisual visual system electronics with associated supporting infrastructure, room acoustics, interior sound isolation, and HVAC noise control design services for the Loyola University Marion Burk Knott Hall Renovation to be located in Baltimore, Maryland. The scope of the project includes complete renovation of the Marion Burk Knott Hall on the Loyola University campus. The building was originally constructed in 1989 and included classrooms and auditorium style learning environments. The renovation of the building has increased seating capacity by 30 percent, improved teaching technology systems with appropriate acoustical paneling, and improved infrastructure including energy efficient lighting and controls. Existing administrative space was converted to classroom and faculty space with educational technology systems to support the needs of faculty working and teaching in these spaces. This project is currently under construction and will be complete in 2014.

Architect: Colimore Architects Inc.
Location: Baltimore, MD
Project Size: 8,000 GSF
Project Budget: $1,500,000

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