Alumnae Hall, built in 1922, was originally a dorm then adapted later to house the University administration and president’s office. The project, which began with an elevator installation, grew to a comprehensive renovation to better serve the needs of the University and bring the building up to code.
The renovation of this historic building modernized the building and systems, brought the building up to code to meet accessibly standards, and provided additional meeting space. 2RW provided MEP engineering for this project, which included:
The new HVAC systems and lighting meet 21st-century museum standards without compromising the historic fabric of the building.
*Interior images Courtesy Blueline.
OWNER: James Madison University
SIZE: 10,484 SF
COST: $1.2 million