Cornell University - Upson Hall

General construction services for the renovation of the existing Upson Hall facility on Cornell’s campus adjacent to the engineering quad. The existing building was bounded by Duffield Hall, Grumman Hall, and Rhodes Hall. The existing structure consisted of an original three to four story reinforced concrete structure constructed in 1956. The three story wing (east wing) was raised to five stories with a structural steel addition in 1991 which consists of structural steel framing with a precast concrete plank deck.


Ithaca, New York


Cornell University

The Upson Hall building, a 160,000 GSF building, serves the Cornell College of Engineering and consists of research labs, teaching labs, classrooms, faculty offices, and student project spaces. The project encompassed a full interior and facade renovation to be conducted over a series of phases in order to maintain continuous building occupancy. The work was completed in two primary phases based on scheduling of the academic calendar at Cornell University, with additional fit-out to accommodate relocation of program spaces.