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Maytum Hall by Architectural Resources

Design Brief

Project Location: Fredonia, NY

A|r has been providing design services for Maytum Hall for nearly a decade. The 53,000 sq ft administration tower is a symbolic gateway for the campus. It was designed in 1968 by the prominent architect I.M. Pei, and houses several academic and administrative offices. Our design work began as a Program Study which included a comprehensive multi-phased renovation strategy for improving building systems while maintaining the aesthetic integrity of this monumental structure. Upon completion of the study, A|r provided design services to implement each of the projects as planned in the phased renovation strategy.

Major components of the rehabilitation work include hazardous materials remediation, architectural and life safety upgrades, window improvements, exterior board form concrete protection and roof reconstruction.

The two-phase utility project provided analysis, design and implementation of the site infrastructure and building systems. The first phase completed the campus wide satellite boiler project that decentralized the physical plant, and now serves Maytum Hall as well as several other campus buildings. The second phase consisted of the entire replacement of the electrical and mechanical systems including the introduction of a fully ducted ventilation system and sprinkler systems.

Design Brief

A|r has been providing design services for Maytum Hall for nearly a decade. The 53,000 sq ft administration tower is a symbolic gateway for the campus. It was designed in 1968 by the prominent architect I.M. Pei, and houses several academic and administrative offices. Our design work began as a Program Study which included a comprehensive multi-phased renovation strategy for improving building systems while maintaining the aesthetic integrity of this monumental structure. Upon completion of the study, A|r provided design services to implement each of the projects as planned in the phased renovation strategy.

Major components of the rehabilitation work include hazardous materials remediation, architectural and life safety upgrades, window improvements, exterior board form concrete protection and roof reconstruction.

The two-phase utility project provided analysis, design and implementation of the site infrastructure and building systems. The first phase completed the campus wide satellite boiler project that decentralized the physical plant, and now serves Maytum Hall as well as several other campus buildings. The second phase consisted of the entire replacement of the electrical and mechanical systems including the introduction of a fully ducted ventilation system and sprinkler systems.

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