Virginia Tech – Henderson Hall Renovation

Moseley Architects

Blacksburg, Virginia

Construction Cost:
$9 Million

Project Size:
49,000 gsf


The scope of this project includes complete design for all telecommunications and audiovisual infrastructure as it relates to the renovation of Henderson Hall, the oldest building on the Virginia Tech campus. Space plans include: a 8,000 sq. ft. Black Box theater addition, theater support spaces, music practice rooms, graphics design labs/classrooms, conference rooms, and faculty offices. Specifications include details outlining procedures and methods of connecting to existing campus telecommunications networks. Project challenges include working within the existing building framework to provide state of the art telecommunications and audiovisual systems infrastructure. Project highlights include working with in-house Virginia Tech Communications Network Services in designing the telecommunications infrastructure for the new building including telecommunications room sizing, power requirements, environmental requirements, heat load design criteria, telecommunications room lighting and finishes, grounding and bonding for telecommunications equipment, and building entrance protection. The project has been successfully complete since 2009.


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