Laboratories, Classrooms, and Administrative Renovations 

Similar to new building construction, the teams within Planning and Capital Project Management and Manhattanville Development Group serve as the University’s primary stewards in managing a wide array of renovation and improvement projects for existing buildings.  Just like new building construction, their responsibilities include budget oversight, schedule, design, construction and regulatory compliance while serving as the main point of contact for all involved parties. 

Interior projects range in size and complexity, from large building renovations and precise laboratory requirements to midsize projects involving multiple construction trades and smaller projects that involve one or two trades (such as paint or carpet) and sometimes involve modifications to HVAC or another building system. 

Featured Renovations

Round tables dressed with white linens facing a projector screen that says, "Faculty House." Each table is surrounded by square-backed, grey chairs.
Faculty House

A 38,500 GSF slab to slab renovation of an existing McKim, Mead White building for new dining facility, faculty lounge and business center and meeting rooms.  

Grey stone building at the corner of two streets with cloudy sky in background.
Knox Hall

A 50,000 GSF slab to slab renovation for academic office space for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

A wood-paneled lounge in use by two men reading magazines and a man and woman in the background having a conversation.
Alumni Center

A 54,000 GSF renovation of administrative office space for University Alumni Affairs and Development and a University Alumni Center. 

Laboratories, Classrooms, and Administrative Renovation Projects