Marlboro Hall, originally built in the 1970’s, is a three-story building that will end up being doubled in size once the project is complete. The project included a full existing conditions study of the whole building, finding deficiencies in the superstructure, roofing, exterior walls, stairs, and windows and doors.
The renovations will provide the school with modern classrooms with new technology, more efficient MEP systems, and better accessibility measures. The 130,000 GSF renovated building will house laboratories for STEM departments, classrooms, offices, and study spaces. Additionally, work is being done to renovate several pedestrian bridges that connect Marlboro Hall to two other buildings on campus. Finally, the exterior of the building will be renovated and rebranded.
KPN’s scope included researching existing building and campus infrastructure, coordinating field research, investigating and analyzing code, producing site plans, floor plans, roof plans, demolition and phasing plans, and detail elevations. In addition, KPN coordinated sessions, local meetings, site visits, and information gathering sessions for the team. Finally, KPN is providing overall architectural support throughout all phases of the project.