Veterinary Medical Center – alterations to room E100 and corridor
Project phase: Archived
- Instructional space in the Veterinary Medical Center (VMC) is over 50 years old and is considered a core instructional space.
- The E100 lecture hall seats 522 students and provides instructional space for a wide range of disciplines, servring thousands of students each day.
- The last major investment in this space occurred in the 1990's.
- Renewed investment in this instructional resource is necessary to provide facilities and technology that enhance teaching and learning and contribute to student success
Renewed investment in these instructional resources is necessary to provide the facilities and technology that support our teaching and learning and contribute to the success of our students.
Comprehensive renovation will create high-impact educational environments that:
Engage students in active learning
Provide opportunities for research and leadership in instructional methods
Foster innovation through technology rich environments
Comprehensive renovation of lecture hall E100 to include: new ceilings, lighting, flooring, paint, marker boards, technology and furniture
Renovation of adjacent corridor to provide student seating, collaboration space, and informal learning opportunities which will include: new ceiling, lighting, paint, electrical and furniture
Addition of a single-use, gender-neutral restroom; and quiet study/testing space
Increased construction traffic in and out of the west side of the building
Noise and dust typical with a demolition project
Construction start: May 8
Project completion: Aug. 16
- $1,500,000 which includes a $150,000 contingency.
- This project will be funded by the facility reserve and teaching and learning environment funds.
Questions, comments, concerns?
- Ken Gottschalk, construction representative, firstname.lastname@example.org, (517) 353-7234