Sault Sainte Marie, MI
South Hall was a century-old building that dates back to the days when LSSU’s campus was Fort Brady and was built to house infantry soldiers. Off-line since 2005, due to its deteriorating condition, it underwent a significant renovation beginning 2013.
PBA provided mechanical and electrical engineering design services for the renovation of and addition to South Hall. The renovation of the existing 32,000 square feet facility included lowering the floor two feet on one side and one foot on the other in order to retrofit the heating system with new equipment. A 12,000 square foot addition, connecting the two wings of the building, creates an atrium and is used as a commons area featuring an expanded café and support spaces.
Upon its reopening in 2017, the 44,000 square foot facility was renamed R.W. Considine Hall and houses the Lukenda School of Business. Facility spaces include ten classrooms, computer space, board room, student lounge areas, and cafeteria.
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