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Hubbard Hall - exterior masonry restoration and window replacement - phase four

Project phase: Planning/Design

Project background

  • Hubbard Hall opened in 1966 and is the tallest residence hall on campus, standing at 12 floors in two separate towers - north and south.
  • A 2013 study of its structural condition revealed a number of issues which must be addressed to keep the building safe and functional.

Project details

  • The work will be completed in four phases:
    • Southeast façade – 2016 (complete)
    • Southwest façade – 2017 (complete)
    • Northeast façade – 2018
    • Northwest façade - 2019

Project scope

  • The project will include masonry repairs to the facade and removal and replacement of windows


  • Summer programs using residence halls–project limits use of Hubbard Hall to one living wing each summer 2016-2019.


  • Phase four start: May 2019
  • Phase four completion: August 2019


  • For the 2019 phase - $2,500,000 which includes a $167,000 contingency. The estimate for all four phases of the project is $10,500,000.
  • This project is being funded by the deferred maintenance reserve - Residential and Hospitality Services.




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