Myers Hall Collaborative Classrooms
Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
This project remodeled existing lab/classroom spaces in Myers Hall into new, flexible, state-of-the-art teaching spaces. Three of the five classrooms are new lecture-style classrooms, with data and power provisions for all students.
Two of the classrooms are collaborative learning environments, with group seating and telecommunications systems that promote interaction and problem solving among instructors and students. These classrooms allow the Rose-Hulman faculty to vary their instruction styles, engage students in a variety of activities and involve them in different roles within the education process.
Loftus Engineering was responsible for all aspects of the mechanical and electrical design, including HVAC, plumbing, lighting, lighting controls, power, telecommunications infrastructure and fire alarm.
Plumbing & Piping System
TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS
4,000 Remodeled Square Feet
Pete Gustafson, VP of Student Affairs and Dean of Students