Upon completion of the Wolk Center for Excellence in Nursing addition to Building 9, the college began improvements to one of the last remaining buildings on its Brighton Campus that had not been significantly renovated since its construction in the mid-1960s.
Phase I of the renovations consisted of replacement of the primary mechanical and electrical system infrastructure for the building, and renovation of state-of-the-art electronic technology laboratory classrooms and support space. Phase II consisted of phased construction to gut and replace the balance of the interior areas of the building. Obsolete interior HVAC units were replaced with large, self-contained rooftop units to free up additional interior areas, and new primary distribution ductwork was installed to support the renovated area.
The project increased the number of general classrooms and specialty lab spaces in the facility by eliminating redundant circulation. These instructional spaces provide modern technology infrastructure, durable finishes and improved acoustical performance.
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