Northwestern University – Kresge Hall Renovation

Kresge Hall has been part of Northwestern University since 1954 and is finally receiving a well-deserved make over. Educational and offices spaces will be on the first and second floors of the building while the third floor will be a common area for students, faculty, and visitors to interact. This prestigious facility will receive cutting-edge technology to enable students to be immersed in educational content, including a Video Wall for visitors at the front lobby as well as classrooms fit out with Distance Learning and Lecture Capture capabilities. The southeast side of Kresge Hall will be turned into a five story building comprised of high-tech classrooms, learning centers, modernized studios, and offices. Convergent Technologies Design Group, Inc. will provide audiovisual and acoustical design services. This project is expected to be complete in 2016.

Architect: Lothan VanHook DeStefano
Location: Evanston, Illinois
Construction Cost: $55 Million
Project Size: 22,500 GSF

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