Hoyt Laboratory Renewal
Designed by Davis Brody & Associates, Hoyt Laboratory was completed in 1979. The building contains research area, instructional space, and faculty office space. The original building systems are now thirty-two-years-old and nearing the end of their useful lives.
This renewal project will provide new mechanical, electrical, and laboratory systems for the building. A new roof and renewed interior architectural finishes will also be included. This work will extend the life of the building, make it more efficient, and interior fit-out work will be undertaken to create specialized laboratory and administrative spaces for a group of researchers in the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
- New, energy efficient HVAC infrastructure will yield considerable energy savings over the existing systems.
- The existing laboratory fume hoods will be refurbished and modified for safety and better energy performance.
- Energy efficient lighting and building controls will reduce energy consumption while increasing comfort.
- Renewal will extend the useful life of the building.
Project will be completed in early 2013.
Photo taken March 23, 2012. (Not a live view.) Please see the photo gallery for past progress frames.
Renderings and construction photos will be located in the photo gallery when they become available. Please note that renderings and artists' conceptions are presented here for historical purposes only. The final designs of these projects may have evolved since these renderings were created.