Truman State University Baldwin Hall

About

THIS PROJECT

The renovation to Truman State University’s Baldwin Hall required abatement and complete interior demolition of an 85,700 SF facility. Improvements to the facility, which was originally constructed in 1938, included updated wall layouts, expanded lobby space, new stairwell extensions, ADA upgrades, advancements to the 1,395-seat auditorium and MEP/fire protection modernization. New spaces in the updated building include:

  • 47 offices for faculty members
  • 14 classrooms
  • Two seminar rooms
  • Five collaborative study rooms
  • Foreign language computer labs and tutor rooms
  • Music practice rooms
  • Interfaith prayer spaces
  • Two conference/meeting rooms
  • Auditorium
  • Informal lounges and study spaces on all three floors

The building is heated and cooled by two new rooftop air handling units, which required substantial steel upgrades to the roof structure to support the additional weight. In addition, wall-mounted fin tube radiators were installed to provide supplemental heating and were fed via the campus steam lines. The building’s power was backed up by a standalone generator that was installed in the basement of the facility.

PROJECT OVERVIEW

LOCATION:
Kirksville, Missouri
Midwest

CLIENT:
Truman State University

PRACTICES:
BIM/VDC

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1938

BUILDING ORIGINALLY CONSTRUCTED

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85,700

SQUARE FEET

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1,395

SEAT AUDITORIUM

Project

GALLERY

Higher Education National Leader
Ed Joffe
410-337-2342
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