Cook Hall - building renovation
Project phase: Planning/Design
- Cook Hall is one of six buildings constructed between 1888 and 1909 and is part of what is referred to as "Laboratory Row" on the northeast section of West Circle Drive.
- Laboratory Row is on the State Register of Historical Sites and the renovations to Cook Hall are part of the plan to restore these buildings over time, thereby preserving Michigan State University's heritage.
- The renovations will improve the quality and functionality of office and support space for programs in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
- The purpose of this project is a comprehensive renewal of Cook Hall while preserving its historical character.
- The work scope will be consistent with improvements previously completed at Eustace-Cole Hall, Marshall-Adams Hall, and Chittenden Hall.
- The renovation is anticipated to include accessibility improvements to restrooms and installation of an elevator; restoration of ceilings, walls and woodwork, period lighting, heating, ventilation and air conditioning and technological upgrades.
- Exterior renovations were completed in 2010 and are not part of this project.
- Based on cost experience for similar projects and current pricing information, the preliminary project cost estimate is $3,800,000 - $4,800,000. This estimate may change as the project and its scope are refined during the planning process.
- The source of funds for the project is expected to be gifts and the general fund.
Questions, comments, concerns?
- Amr Abdel-Azim, project manager, email@example.com, (517) 432-0323