Project Overview

Built in 1916, Harvey Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing building in the Menomonie Downtown Historic District. It is one of UW-Stout’s largest and oldest academic buildings, and the busiest classroom facility on campus. The project goal: preserve notable historic spaces while updating crucial building systems; and create spaces that feature 21st century technologies to encourage active learning.

This total makeover of the four-story structure updated infrastructure, remodeled spaces, and greatly improved the functionality and safety of the building, which houses the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Renovations included new windows; reconfigured and updated classrooms; remodeled offices and bathrooms; and new electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and telecommunications systems. The remodeled building also eliminates asbestos and lead-based paint, and provides upgrades to meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards.

Education Market Leader

Craig Uhlenbrauck / Vice President, Education, Education
920.969.7030
craig.uhlenbrauck@miron-construction.com

Owner:

State of Wisconsin

Size:

92,000 SF

Completion:

January 2016

Architect / Engineer:

River Architects, Inc.