This comprehensive $60M renovation and adaptive reuse project transformed a 1950s pre-cast concrete building into a residential and learning campus extension for the Law School. The renovated 137,000 sf building is designed to respond to the context of the historic Sterling Law Building located across Tower Parkway. Work included significant seismic load redistribution and strengthening utilizing fiber reinforced polymer (FRP), the design of new canopy entrance structures and other significant structural alterations to create large classrooms and a student lounge. Jeffrey Beane was the project manager and lead engineer for all phases of design and construction.* The project was completed in 2018.
*completed at previous firm