OSU Classroom Building
6,746 sq. ft.
Market Sector(s): Education / Higher
Attributes: Occupied Campus, Occupied Facility
About the Project
This project took place at the heart of Oklahoma State University's campus in the Classroom Building. The project included the demolition and renovation of six classrooms, entry vestibules, vending areas, data storage closet, and idle storage on first floor of the Classroom Building.
The project began with the demolition of the ceiling tiles and grid, flooring, lighting, wall panels, raised flooring, doors, frames, and concrete/masonry walls.
The team then moved onto installing new metal stud framing and drywall with a new textured finish. All existing walls were skimmed and re-textured to match throughout. The existing sprinkler system remained and new sprinkler head configuration was implemented, based on the new ceiling grid layout.
As this building is centrally located on campus, students often congregate in the corridor between classes. Two key features of the project included sound proofing the corridor and the classrooms, as well as provided charging spaces for students to charge their devices.
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